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Director and Committee Member Essentials

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Are you do aspire to be a Board or Committee Member ?

In this workshop, you will develop the competency of the skills and knowledge required to meet the diverse roles, responsibilities, codes of conduct and behavioural protocols required of a committee or board members.

Under law, governing committee members and board members have a responsibility to act honestly, exercise reasonable care and skill and understand their fiduciary duties whilst performing their necessary tasks on behalf of the organisation.

A board and directors that are knowledgeable of their roles and responsibilities are positioned to better help their organisation achieve their objectives and navigate the balance of compliance and governance with strategy, innovation and risk.

In this workshop, you will develop the competency of the skills and knowledge required to meet the diverse roles, responsibilities, codes of conduct and behavioural protocols required of a committee or board members.

It applies to individuals responsible for monitoring and guiding the activities of their organisations as members of committees or boards of governance.

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1. Identify roles within an organisation

1.1 Identify the core functions and structure of the organisation

1.2 Describe the relationships between the organisation, its stakeholders and other organisations or entities

1.3 Explain individual responsibilities of committee and board members within an organisation

1.4 Identify differences between roles of governance and management

1.5 Assess the relationships and overlapping roles between board, committee and staff

2. Work within structure of the organisation

2.1 Perform designated committee or board duties

2.2 Follow the committee or board’s decision making processes

2.3 Manage real and perceived conflict of interest issues that are associated with competing roles and responsibilities

2.4 Follow policies and procedures on confidentiality

3. Follow legal requirements

3.1 Comply with legislative requirements that apply to organisational committee or board duties

3.2 Apply provisions of legislation relevant to governance of the organisation

3.3 Comply with relevant aspects of corporation law and terms and conditions of funding agreements

3.4 Adhere to the constitution of the organisation while undertaking workplace responsibilities

4. Monitor operations

4.1 Identify and analyse outcomes for each operational area

4.2 Use information provided to review effectiveness and efficiency of operations and associated policy

4.3 Suggest changes to operations or policy if necessary

This workshop covers the unit BSBGOV405

Presenter

This workshop will be presented by Gerard Byrne. Gerard is a graduate of James Cook University, and he has been involved in training and delivering workshops across Australia and overseas for a number of years.

Gerard is a Fellow of CPA Australia and former Queensland State President of CPA Australia. Queensland CPA Australia State President.

Gerard lectures part-time at James Cook University in the MBA Program and Project Management. Since March, Gerard has been assisting at the Townsville Small Business Recovery Centre, following the 2019 Townsville Monsoon.


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Townsville City, QLD 4810

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