Women on Boards partners with thought leaders from the worlds of business, government and the not for profit sectors to offer a topical webcast as part of our 'Anytime Learning' series. Watch, listen and learn - anytime from anywhere.  

The webcasts are pre-recorded and live Q&A is not available. All webcasts can be accessed online for 30 days from the date of purchase.

Cost: $22.00 per webcast for Full, Global, Corporate or Champion members or $44.00 per webcast for Basic members.

When you purchase your webcast you will receive two links - WATCH & LISTEN.  
LISTEN is a smaller file, providing just the audio and exactly the same content as WATCH. Ideal to be listened to as a podcast.

Culture - has it got you or do you have it?

Matthew Croxford, ‚ÄčPartner & National Head of Human Capital, Grant Thornton Consulting 
explores organisational culture. What is it, how is it defined, can it be measured and why does it matter? The webcast provides an overview of the importance of culture across the organisation and its impact on the boardroom.


EOFY Update: What's new on the Board agenda? 

What you should know and pay attention to when reviewing financial statements as a board member.

Grant Thornton’s audit and tax specialists cover four key items you should be aware of when reviewing financial statements as a board member, including:
  • What’s new for 30 June 2020
  • Coronavirus response package
  • Tax risk in the current climate
  • Transfer pricing

Will our climate become a casualty of COVID?

Will Australia and the world have the money, the energy and the discipline to commit and carry through with CO2 emission reduction targets through cleaner energy and better practices, or will our climate be another casualty of COVID? Hear from Dr Wendy Craik AM and Emeritus Prof Ian Noble in this open discussion.