The Importance of Induction

Apr 28, 2020

Driving a culture of contribution

Join Fi Mercer & Jo-Anne Moorfoot (Executive Director, Australian Centre for Healthcare Governance) as they discuss how to using induction to drive a culture of contribution.

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.

Director Competency Requirements for a Sector Entering a New Age

Director Competency Requirements for a Sector Entering a New Age

In an unprecedented environment of Royal Commissions, pandemics, reduced consumer confidence, and an increase in the Commissions focus on Aged Care providers delivering safe quality and self-determining care and achieving excellence in Aged Care Governance, the focus...

Transformation Not Innovation: How to take on 2022 and beyond

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GovernWith’s CEO & Founder Fi Mercer was joined by Bernie Kelly, Mentor to Executive teams leading industry transformation and Chair Australian Transformation & Turnaround Association, for our final webinar of 2021. Two years into the decade described as “The...

Contemporary Governance Risks: Starting at the Top

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GovernWith’s CEO & Founder Fi Mercer concludes our discussion series on the key contemporary governance risks at the boardroom table; Gender Equity, Social Inclusion and Climate Change.
Fi wrapped up this series by discussing what we’ve learnt about these three key topics. Fi also discussed with Founder of 6peas, Carolyn Grant, her research with Boards and Executives about psychological safety and how this impacts on discussions and decision making which effects how we can set the tone from the top.