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Our new workshop Guarding Governance™ launches today!

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our new workshop Guarding Governance™. The 4-hour-training 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 diverse communication styles. Attendees will acquire skills to incorporate a cultural perspective into their management approach. Guarding Governance™ focuses on improving attendees' abilities to make strong decisions and be better leaders.

Guarding Governance™ is designed for Executives, Board and Committee Members. The training is also designed for professionals from non-Indigenous organisations who are interested in learning about incorporating culturally considerate and diverse governance practices.

The workshop will be held on 2nd May 2023, over Zoom. Tickets are limited to a 15 person capacity to ensure that our participants get the highest value from the seminar.

The Guarding Governance™ presenters are Anika Valenti and Neane Carter, leading experts in governance.

Anika Valenti is a Senior Associate and winner of Senior Associate of the Year (Australian Law Awards) 2022. She is an expert in helping clients to manage their business and commercial issues by advising and presenting on a wide array of matters, including business incorporation and governance, commercial law, Indigenous procurement, privacy and confidentiality, intellectual property (IP) and Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP).

Neane Carter is a Solicitor and a proud Djaara, Yorta Yorta, Wamba Wamba, Wergaia, Wotjobaluk woman from northern and central Victoria. She has experience in governance trainings, constitution drafting and amendments, amending the charitable status of organisations, and matters relating to Indigenous business governance.

Tickets can be purchased here.

Neane Carter (left) and Anika Valenti (right)

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