As part of a 1-day governance stream, Andrew Chamberlain will be presenting a session on future proofing your association at the Associations Congress later this month.
“Good governance” is the cornerstone of any successful association: designing and implementing effective governance structures, practices and protocol are fundamental to fulfilling an organisation’s mission. As association leaders, we continually strive to ensure our processes, our behaviours and, ultimately, our performance are effective. We understand that high performing teams equate to high performing associations, but what does that mean in practice?
How do we ensure the mechanics and dynamics of good governance and association leadership are understood, enacted, valued and sustained?
This session presents delegates with a case study of a Board’s governance journey, addressing key questions about “good governance”, challenging assumptions about protocol, and considering alternative and innovative approaches to governing and leading an association.
Visit the Congress website for more details and to register your attendance.