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Good Governance Matters (NSW)
14 October 2018 @ 4:30 pm - 15 October 2018 @ 4:00 pm
|Date:||SESSION 1 Tuesday 16 October 2018|
SESSION 2 Tuesday 23 October 2018
You will be required to attend both sessions
|Time:||4:30pm - 7:30pm|
|State:||New South Wales|
|Venue:||LASA Sydney Office|
Level 8, 418A Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills, NSW
|Registration Fees:||LASA Member $450 Non Member $550|
|Category:||Governance and Leadership|
Governance continues to assume increasing importance in society with numerous corporate failures triggering falls in public confidence in companies.
Aged care is not immune to this with some notable incidents being highlighted recently by the media.
The growing complexity of governance responsibilities in the aged care sector is challenging Boards’ decision-making, risk tolerance, strategic insights and overall responsibility for setting the culture in their organisation.
This workshop will run over two separate sessions (you will be required to attend both sessions) and will be useful to Directors (both voluntary and paid) and CEOs in contemporary challenges, opportunities and effectively fulfilling the duties of a Director in a reforming aged care industry. provide an overview and guide to Directors (both voluntary and paid) and CEOs in contemporary challenges, opportunities and effectively fulfilling the duties of a Director in a reforming aged care industry.
If you are a new Director, or an experienced board member new to aged care, the workshop, run over two separate sessions, will be invaluable to you.
About the Facilitator:
This interactive workshop is delivered by Brendan Moore, General Manager for Business Support Services, Leading Age Services Australia.
Brendan has worked in a variety of roles in the human service sector in both Government and non-Government sectors; aged care, health and disability industries; research, policy and program delivery; project management; business development; advocacy and campaigns; consulting; and has over 12 years of senior management experience. He is also a Director of the Aged Care Industry IT Council.
Brendan has worked with a large number of aged care organisations, providing consulting support to Boards and Executives. This experience has highlighted how important good governance is in supporting the attainment of strategic objectives and sustainability.