|Research suggests that organisations that take an active and strategic approach to recruiting, nurturing and maintaining a strong board perform better.That should come as no surprise as we know that engaged board members can bring their skills, networks and insights to the table in a unique way that allows the organisation to see beyond day-to-day issues and keep the organisation focused on the longer term goals…. BUT it takes deliberate efforts and actions to build a great board.The one-day Board Builders Forum is designed specifically to support busy managers and board members to improve their insights, knowledge and effectiveness with a speaker line-up made up from those who have been on boards, have advised boards and have experienced the best and worst that boards can be – and they have two goals in mind: to help your board thrive and improve its strategic impact on the organisations it is to serve.
So if you are a CEO or senior manager working with a board, or are an existing or aspiring board member within a Not-For-Profit organisation we promise that you will build your knowledge of key success factors of effective boards, you will gain up-to-date insights around technical issues that impact every board member, and you can use the panel discussions and interactive workshops to explore areas where your board can improve. You will also learn from a network of other delegates and advisers who will be a resource as you build your impact.
We see the importance of building and nurturing effective boards and board members as one of the biggest challenges facing the NFP sector so have offered this high-impact Board-Builders Forum in two convenient locations at a modest registration cost – so register today to book your place. We have even offered a discount for multiple registrations making it easy for managers and board members to attend.
Pricing is just $295 per person, but why not bring more than one Board Member and enjoy the discounted price of $275 for each subsequent person?
|Board Builders ForumMonday 11 August Auckland
Waipuna Hotel and Conference Centre
Tuesday 12 August Wellington
CQ Hotel and Conference Centre
Price: $295 + gst, $275 + gst for every subsequent person
|Some of the Speakers:Garth Nowland-Foreman is Director of Community Solutions, which specialises in working with non-profits and those who fund them on issues of strategy, governance and evaluation – in New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific. He also teaches part-time in a graduate programme on not-for-profit management for Unitec NZ.|
|Brent Kennerley (Bachelor of Commerce and Administration, Victoria University of Wellington) is a Partner for Grant Thornton in their Wellington office. He is a Chartered Accountant (CA) of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants. Brent is responsible for a considerable assurance portfolio incorporating trade associations, not for profit organisations, incorporated societies and companies.|
|Barry Bakeris Partner and NFP Specialist at Grant Thornton New Zealand. He has a deep interest in the Not for Profit (NFP) sector and also specialises in working with medium sized owner operated businesses. He helps NFP organisations strengthen their finance functions (reporting and budgeting), provide comfort and support to CEOs and Boards.|
|Tilda Bostwick is a senior consultant in Execucare’s New Zealand office based in Wellington where the company has been operating for seven years. Tilda came to Execucare after roles in both fundraising and marketing for a range of organisations. Execucare was established in London in 1990 and is one of the global leaders in charity recruitment. They have offices in the UK, North America, NZ.|
|Aaron Lloyd is a Partner in the Auckland office at Minter Ellison Rudd Watts, assisting clients with risk management and problem solving across a range of areas, including litigation/dispute resolution, employment law, public law, white collar/regulatory matters, and sports law. In addition Aaron has practiced as a barrister with Paul Davison QC, and has lectured at the University of Auckland.|
|Daniel Fielding is a commercial and public law solicitor at Minter Ellison Rudd Watts in their Wellington office, specialising in general corporate and commercial transactions, private and public sector governance, as well as law reform processes, lobbying strategy, and public policy advice. Prior to joining Minter Ellison Rudd Watts, he worked in a number of public affairs and corporate communication roles.|
| Kind regards,
Nathalie van Dort
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