Workshop: Preparing board papers
Tuesday, 15 December 2020
9:00am to 12:30pm
Governance Institute of Australia
5 Hunter Street
SYDNEY NSW 2000
Cost (Inc GST)
The best directors need high quality information: assist them with clear and concise board papers
Get ready for the new year by attending a short course that will place you in good stead for 2021. Governance experts will assist you to develop your skills and understanding of preparing board papers and key challenges of this process.
Media and regulators’ criticism of corporate governance processes is often directed at how much the board didn’t know. Dense voluminous board packs will distract director attention from imminent risk and performance problems in your organisation. Improve director and officer oversight and insight into your organisation with improved board reporting.
Key insights and learning objectives
- Write an effective executive summary
- Fully align agenda with strategy
- Ensure transparency of business operations
Jo-Anne Harrison FGIA FCG, Managing Director, Sila Projects & Consulting
Jo-Anne is a commercially astute Executive with over 20 years’ experience in executive and non-executive leadership, organisational restructuring, cultural change, complex programme management, change management, stakeholder engagement and governance roles.
Jo-Anne’s proven record of organisational cultural change through innovation, business focus and exemplary management of complex commercial environments provides a valuable perspective, as well as an ability to set and drive an ambitious strategic direction while delivering outstanding results. She is particularly effective in achieving sustainable commercial outcomes across dispersed portfolios and workforces.
Who should attend?
This practical workshop is aimed at professionals who require advanced capability in writing and structuring papers for committees and boards across all sectors.
It's highly relevant for:
- emerging and senior professionals with governance or risk management responsibilities
- CEOs or senior executives.