Boardroom Governance in a VUCA world

People leave managers, not organisations. Talent stays with the company that offers great leadership and a sense of belonging. People want to be engaged and developed and feel that they are part of something that is meaningful on many different levels. In the Harvard Business Review article, What Makes a Leader, Daniel Goleman discusses his research […]

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Good Manners Count: Put Your Manners Back In!

An often overlooked aspect in a modern fast-moving professional world, is the idea of good manners. They are essential as a guide for day-to-day interactions not only in a standard office environment, but even as an aspiring or experienced board director candidate during business interactions. Remember if you are aspiring to serve on boards which […]

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Seeking Board Directors, Advisors & Business Executives – Are You a Next Generation Director?

Director Institute Next Generation Directors is a private enterprise that is focused on developing and connecting the next generation of board directors with Australian and International organisations and boards. Director Institute Next Generation Director members have access to one-on-one advice, mentoring, peer-to-peer education and business networking opportunities as well as exclusive board opportunities available no-where else in the market. […]

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What is the Difference Between Advisory Board vs Board of Directors

Keeping a reliable group of advisors is a significant aspect of ensuring that your business is growing in the right direction. Typically, one can observe two variations of a board – the advisory board and the board of directors. Every company looks for a diverse range of channels to give them trusted advisory services, which […]

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Who’s the Boss? How to Handle Overbearing, Micro-Managing Board Chair

One of the more common issues that board members face is when an executive director or board chair becomes challenging to work with. Often, this may not always be a power struggle, but instead highlights a top-heavy governance model, where one individual has to make too many decisions. Mutual trust and respect must be prioritized, […]

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