Contemporary Governance in a Reforming Environment

4 January 2018 - 2 minutes read

DATE: Thursday 6th December 2018
TIME: 9:00am-3:30pm
VENUE: Chatswood Club, 11 Help St Chatswood

Synopsis

Great governance is about responding well to a complex and changing environment, continuing the legacy of the organisation, and ensuring its future success while focusing on quality services for consumers. Build the resilience of your Board or Management Committee to adapt to the environment in which it governs, support services where ‘consumers’ and communities are at its centre, and make sound, strategic decisions which manage risk and make the most of new opportunities. Create an organisational culture where ‘consumers’’ and communities’ rights, well-being and safety drive service delivery.

Take away strategies, skills and tools to strengthen your organisation’s governance, corporate and clinical structure and processes.

Course Objectives

By the end of the training program participants will be able to:

  • Identity the features of great contemporary corporate and clinical governance
  • Develop governance structures and processes for sound, agile decision making
  • Develop strategies to both manage organisational risk and respond to opportunities
  • Exercise adaptive leadership to create a viable and sustainable organisation
  • Develop strategies for responsive, quality service delivery
  • Reflect on their clinical and corporate governance and develop strategies to continue to enhance it

Target Audience: Board/Management Committee Members and CEO/ Manager Management Team

Presenter: Grace Leotta is an organisational, community development and training consultant. She develops and facilitates training programs, facilitates change management, service development, community engagement and planning processes, and conducts reviews, evaluations and research. She is a Harvard University trained adaptive leadership (leading change) consultant, an internationally certified facilitator and public participation practitioner, a nationally accredited trainer and assessor, an Australasia licensed community engagement trainer, and an accredited social worker.

Cost: 20% discount if book by 8 November 2018. Please enter CHSP under Gift/Promotion Code to obtain the discount. All prices include GST.
$95: CHSP service workers, $135: non-CHSP service workers, $95: non-CHSP volunteers, $25: CHSP volunteers

Group Discount: In addition to the 20% Early Bird offer, you can receive an additional 5% discount for 2 bookings or 10% discount for 3+ bookings. To organise, contact Shirley on: northsidesectorsupport@yournorthside.org.au or 1300 134 332

Enquiries: Contact Shirley Choi northsidesectorsupport@yournorthside.org.au or T 1300 134 332

REGISTRATION: Click here to register.

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