Director Briefings: Effective Governance
Date Monday, 29 May 2017
Time 29 May 17:30 - 29 May 20:00
Venue Jackson McDonald Level 17, 225 St Georges Terrace Perth WA 6843 Australia
Pricing Subscribed Member
$ 110 Per Subscriber Member
Corporate Member
$ 110 Per Corporate Member
Global Member
$ 110 Per Global Member
$ 110 Per Champion
$ 143 Per Member
Guests Allowed
Register by Monday, 29 May 2017

You will come away from this evening with a clear idea about your functions and powers as a non-executive-director – now and into the future and specifically:

  • Who, if anyone, has the power to direct you and about what
  • Which decisions you are empowered to make
  • Who you are accountable to for those decisions
  • Which decisions you have delegated, and to whom
  • Whether your organisation is performing well – and how do you know
  • If you were unsure about any of these, what would you do?

Guest Speaker: Dr Lianne Cretney-Barnes

Lianne is known as a well-connected business leader and strategic thinker. Lianne founded Board Connexions to help executives and board directors with governance, leadership and strategy. She has an impressive client portfolio across business, government and the community sector.

Lianne is the first female chair of the Integrity Assurance Committee for Racing and Wagering Western Australia. She is also deputy chair of ChemCentre (WA) and the WA representative for Women on Boards. She is an accredited Lumina Learning psychometric practitioner, an accredited facilitator for the Governance Evaluator and a Chair for The Executive Connection (TEC).

Lianne has a professional doctorate in Business Administration and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Australian Institute of Management. She has been invited to speak at numerous conferences, both nationally and internationally, on her topics of expertise. 

 MC: Claire Braund

Claire is a social entrepreneur who co-founded Women on Boards in Australia in 2006 and the UK in 2012. She is an expert facilitator and speaker with high-level expertise in media and public relations. Claire's early career was in journalist and public affairs and she is a graduate of the Sydney Leadership Program and a Churchill Fellow.