The skills needed to be a director is an ever-changing list and in an environment of legislation changes, added media scrutiny and increased requirements to the scope of work required of a director – not matter the industry, it’s getting trickier for Boards to keep...
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Governance Evaluator Founder & CEO Fi Mercer discusses the importance of good governance at all levels of your organisation, and the key risks of not taking this holistic approach, with Leading Age Services Australia’s Brendan Moore.
Blog by Brendan Moore, General Manager Member Services, Leading Age Services Australia.Featured in the Winter 2020 LASA Fusion MagazineAged care...
At Governance Evaluator, we have been talking a lot about Resilient Governance over the last few blog posts and webinars, in particular as a skill required for leading through these unprecedented COVID-19 times
As we started to touch on in last month’s blog post, year three is a magic number in the evaluation journey. The third year is when we see surface level issues, such as risk management, board meetings and agendas, and governance systems and processes, resolving or resolved and the real work beginning for deeper level improvements.
Join Fi Mercer, Alex Aeschlimann (Chair, Gippsland Southern Health Service), Maryanne Puli Vogels (Chair, Timboon and District Healthcare Service) & Ben Maw (CEO, Cohuna District Hospital) as they discuss how they have been leading a culture of continuous governance review and development.
Our Governance Evaluator Crowd Governance Data is a wonderful resource for evaluating, trending, and benchmarking data that delivers powerful insights into governance.
Join Fi Mercer, Dr Tegan Smith (CEO, OPAL Rheumatology), Adrian Wagner (IT Operations Manager, Governance Evaluator) & Ashley Blackburn (Data Analyst, Governance Evaluator) as they discuss why is data the crucial “other piece” for peace of mind, achieving the balance between intuitive and factual decision making and getting the right data.
An effective induction program sets directors up for success – Fi & Jo-Anne explore the many elements required to support new directors to feel engaged and confident to contribute faster to minimise your governance risks.
How this regional health board transformed new director induction to drive a culture of contribution
Our client is a leading provider of Health and Community services in regional Victoria. Government appointments of a new chair and four new directors in recent years resulted in a reduction in organisational experience on the board.