The aim of this governance development session is to provide board or management committee members with an understanding of the responsibilities and duties of board or management committee members and to ensure that there is a common understanding among the group. The session will also review the way in which this board or management committee is carrying out its role, identify any changes that they may want to make to this, and develop a set of board or management committee job descriptions.

Ideally, this development session should be facilitated by a person with a good understanding of incorporation and governance. This may be an experienced person within the organisation or an external facilitator.

Timing of this program:

2–2.5 hours

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