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Become Board Ready: The 'How and Why' of serving on Not-For-Profit Boards
Date Thursday, 16 August 2018
Time 16 Aug 12:00 - 31 Aug 13:00
Venue Webinar Webinar Webinar
Pricing Subscribed Member
$ 220 Per Subscribed Member
Corporate Member
$ 110 Per Corporate Member
Global Member
$ 220 Per Global Member
Champion
$ 220 Per Champion
Member
$ 350 Per non Subscriber
Guests Not Allowed
Register by Friday, 31 August 2018

Interested in gaining a position on a not-for-profit board?

Join WOB directors, Ruth Medd and Claire Braund, and a guest presenter, in three one-hour webinars focussed on NFP organisations, their governance and the challenges facing the sector.

The series will include practical information on how and where to access NFP board roles, how to pitch and what to do when you gain a role.

This is a great way to increase your knowledge of the NFP sector from the comfort of your home or office and increase your opportunities to be successful for selection to NFP boards.

The registration fee of $220 for WOB subscribers and $350 for non-subscribers covers the three webinars, with all broadcasts available to participants after the event.

What the webinar series covers:

Session One: Thursday, 16th August @ 12noon (AEST)

Presenters: Ruth Medd and Claire Braund

  • Why serve on a not-for-profit board?
  • Governance structures of not-for-profit bodies.
  • Challenges in the not-for-profit sector.
  • What skills are in demand for not-for-profit boards.

Session Two: Thursday, 23rd August @ 12noon (AEST)

Presenters: Ruth Medd and Claire Braund

  • The process by which you obtain a not-for-profit board role.
  • What you can bring to the table.
  • Starter due diligence.
  • Tips when applying for vacancies.

Session Three: Friday, 31st August @ 12noon (AEST)

Guest presenter:  will discuss ther experience of serving on not-for-profit Government boards, governance in the sector and what to look out for when applying for roles.

About the Marketplace for Directors Webinar Series

This series is designed to follow-on from our Getting Started: Realising Your Board Potential workshop, but can be done independently or in reverse order.