Webinar: Dramatically Enhancing Board/Committee Reporting
Date & Time:
Wednesday, November 3rd 2021, Beijing Time 8 AM
New York 8 PM (of the 2nd)
Sydney 11 AM
Wednesday, November 3rd 2021, Beijing Time 5 PM
London 10 AM
Dubai 1 PM
Governance | Committee | Board | Reporting
In partnership with Conscious Governance, CHE invites you to join Brendan Walsh for a 45 minutes session to unlock some powerful insights into how mid-level to senior management can dramatically transform and streamline their reporting to the Board, Steering Committee and Working Group, and enhance strategic enquiry of these reports.
Key takeaways from this session will be:
- How to shorten your Board/Committee Agenda packs dramatically, and at the same time, make them more relevant.
- How to eliminate micromanagement during Board meetings.
- Techniques for your Board/Committee Agenda that will enhance the focus of the Board Directors on strategic and governance matters.
- How to develop meaningful measures that adequately track performance of the organisation.
Developing Dashboard Reports to summarise reporting on performance and activity, while ensuring under-performing areas are highlighted for review by Directors.
Using the Net Promoter Score to see how your clients and customers really rate your performance.
Developing ‘Leading Indicators’ (rather than relying on lagging indicators).
Sign up your Company Secretary, Chairs of your Board Committees, Senior Executives, and come along yourself! This is for every Director, Committee of Management member and senior executive. Don’t miss it!
Milé Terziovski, PhD
Chair of Department and Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.Professor Terziovski is the Chair of the Department of Business Technology and Entrepreneurship, at Swinburne University of Technology; Terziovskuil has held senior positions as Dean of the Curtin Graduate School of Business; Head of the International Graduate School of Business, University of South Australia, and Executive Director of the Centre for Global Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the University of Melbourne. He has published 56 peer-reviewed articles in leading international journals; won two best paper awards from the US Academy of Management; and has published 4 books.
For more than three decades, Brendan has been a passionate and inspired contributor to nonprofits in Australia. His substantial experience includes roles as Senior Executive, CEO, Director and Board Chair of a number of highly successful and strategically focussed organizations. He has worked in community and social enterprises, as well State and Local Governments. He has also spent close to a decade in private sector consulting roles in nonprofit and healthcare strategy, and including ICT.
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