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Strengthen Your Board Governance With Tailored Advice & Training



A governing board is an invaluable, yet often underutilised, body that plays a crucial role in any organisation to ensure strategic direction, accurate compliance and financial integrity.

Gain the skills that you and your organisation need to be an effective board and provide good governance.


With over 30 years of board and governance experience we can provide you with an assessment and then tailor advice and training on the key aspects of board and good governance to suit your situation.​​​


Initial Assessment from only $400 (usually $725)

Please contact us for more details.


Who is this for?


For boards who:

  • Need compliance for donors and investors;

  • Need to ensure that they meet legal requirements;

  • Want to grow with their organisation;

  • Need to resolve internal issues and tensions;

  • Create or revise strategic plans;

  • Want to attract new members;

  • Want to change structure, for example to localize;

  • Want to have a board audit.


For individuals who:

  • Are considering joining a board;

  • Are currently on a board and want to be more effective.


Steps for you to take:

  1. Contact us an arrange an initial assessment;

  2. Decide on the services you require;

  3. Arrange a full assessment;

  4. Decide your course of action – advice or training;

  5. Implement your plan.


Participants of the training courses receive a certificate of achievement.

Strategic Benefits

After assessment and completing the development, you will be able to:

For existing boards and board members:

  • Understand of the role and best practices of a board and governance;

  • Understand compliance, disclosure, transparency, risk and responsibility;

  • Understand and exploring key roles of board members in strategy and change;

  • Create an effective plan for the board;

  • Develop a compelling board profile.


  • Identify and resolve tensions and issues within board membership;

  • Encourage a more active and engaged board;

  • Ensure multi-cultural board effectiveness;

  • Examin emerging board governance developments;

  • Arrange a board election.


  • Communicate effectively and appropriately with donors and investors;

  • Communicate effectively and appropriately with operational management;

  • Comply with and carrying out legal obligations;

  • Carry out other board responsibilities;

  • Understand and analyze financial statements;

  • Identify issues in financial statements.


For boards wanting to attract prospective new members:

  • Create an appealing value proposition to use;

  • Identify new members;

  • Create a selection criteria that assists in identifying and assessing prospective members;

  • Create an orientation package for new members to be able to contribute meaningfully.


For those considering joining a board:

  • Identify and understanding what qualities you will bring to the board;

  • Understanding your role in governance and the legal requirements you will fulfill;

  • Select the board you want to join;

  • Increase your visibility towards boards;

  • Prepare yourself for an interview;

  • Ensure your contributions in board meetings are effective

'Twenty Years From Now You Will Be More Disappointed By The Things You Didn’t Do Than By The Ones You Did Do'
H. Jackson Brown (attributed to Mark Twain)
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