Webinar: The Fundamentals of Good Governance



The recording of this webinar is available for purchase here.


Do you have a strong understanding of the fundamentals of Good Governance?


Every not-for-profit director must understand the fundamentals of governance. Without a strong understanding, directors and boards struggle to properly fulfil their role, meaning they are unable to drive the organisation toward a prosperous future. In today’s changing environment it is more important than ever that all directors have strong governance fundamentals on which to build their knowledge and skills.


Join us to hear from Australia’s leading not-for-profit board advisor, Michael Goldsworthy. As principal consultant of Australian Strategic Services, Michael has helped over 5000 not-for-profit organisations during his career. Michael has a profound understanding, practical experience and proven track record in assisting leadership teams (boards, chief executive officers and senior management teams) address the challenges and opportunities of growing and developing their not-for-profit organisation.


This 60-minute webinar will cover:

  • What is governance?
  • The board & its purpose
  • The key governance roles and responsibilities of boards
  • A framework for shaping positive board behaviours
  • How boards should govern
  • Ensuring that your board is governing not managing
  • Tips for re-engineering to create a high performance board
  • Will include time for Q&A


This webinar is suitable for directors of all levels, from those looking to join a board, all the way to experienced directors who wish to review their understanding of the fundamentals of governance.


Everyone who registers for the webinar (even if you can’t make the live stream) will receive:

  • A recording of the webinar
  • The slide deck
  • Copies of tools & templates from the webinar
  • A transcript of the webinar


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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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