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Guarding Governance®

Guarding Governance® is a professional development workshop designed to assist Executives and Directors in developing their capacity building skills to support effective governance practices, with a particular focus on Indigenous governance systems.

We will explain the principles of good governance and teach you diverse communication styles, and you will acquire skills to incorporate a cultural perspective into your management approach. This workshop will focus on improving your ability to make strong decisions so that you can lead better in your organisation.

Next Workshop: 23 July 2024 - Register Here

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Learning outcomes:

  • Understand the principles of good governance

  • Recognise the difference between strategic vs operational approaches

  • Understand Indigenous governance systems

  • Develop capacity building skills to support effective governance practices

  • Learn about the role of the Director and the Board, including Director duties and responsibilities, Board business, and diversifying the Board

  • Explore successful Board practices

  • Understand how to employ strategic thinking

  • Gain insights into decision-making through a cultural lens and through different ways of communicating

  • Improve your ability to make strong decisions


This workshop is designed for:

  • Executives

  • Board and Committee Members

  • Professionals who are interested in learning more about incorporating culturally considerate and diverse governance practices

  • Joint-venture Project Managers

This workshop is run online for 1 day and is open to the public.

We also offer bespoke workshops to meet your unique organisation's specific goals and needs.

Get in touch to find out how we can assist you.

"The Guarding Governance® training is a fantastic mix of legal and cultural governance training alongside breakout discussion groups. Anika and Neane are knowledgeable, warm and fantastic presenters who are passionate about what they do, and led us expertly through each of the legal and cultural governance principles."

Katherine Giles, Arts Law Centre of Australia & May 2023 Attendee

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