Conference 2016 Live Blog – Sunday


Welcome to the Better Boards Conference 2016

We will be updating this blog with news, insights and key ideas from the Better Boards Conference 2016 across the weekend, so keep checking back!

This year the Conference is being held at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) 29-31 of July. We’ll be posting photos and highlights from plenary sessions, selected workshops and the CEO’s Innovation Tour and Board Member Innovation Tour. We’ll try to provide information on some of the fantastic not-for-profit organisations we’re visiting and interacting with over the weekend. We encourage you to take a look at their websites, read about the innovative work they’re doing and learn from the game-changing moves they’re making in order to govern for maximum impact


Please join the conversation and interact with our speakers, trade exhibitors and fantastic attendees by commenting below or connecting with us on social media. We will also be tweeting from @betterboards. Please share your tweets with us and other delegates by using the hashtag #betterboards.

Take a look at our live blogs for Friday and Saturday.


And this marks the end of the 10th Better Boards Conference.

A big thank you to all of our sponsors, supporters and trade exhibitors and to all of our excellent attendees, both those who are returning and those who attended this year for the first time. We appreciate your continued support.





Our final presentation today is from Allie Mooney, on Governing for Maximum Impact – Pressing the Right Buttons







Next up: Phil Morle from Pollenizer.








Next up: Gavin Nicholson from QUT’s Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies








Next up, our in conversation with Infoxchange CEO David Spriggs and Chairperson Jonathan Moodie, chaired by Lyn Davies from Tunstall Healthcare.













Welcome back to the Better Boards Conference 2016 for our third and final day. It’s set to be an excellent one!

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Better Boards Australasia connects the leaders of Australasian non-profit organisations to the knowledge and networks necessary to grow and develop their leadership skills and build a strong governance framework for their organisation.

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