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Representing members who reside in the Bay of Plenty region. Member events are generally held in Tauranga. Events are also held in Rotorua, Taupō and Whakatāne.
What Matters - Future of work
Emerging Director award applications opening soon
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Our vision is to help members build better businesses, to prosper both the public and private sector through excellence in governance. To build awareness and competency in governance in both the SME’s and Māori interests, while engaging experienced directors to our membership activities.
The Future of Work - Embracing digital culture, tools, and approaches
One of the components of Future of work is mental health and wellbeing in the workplace. The Institute of Directors identified ‘Mental health and wellbeing’ as one of the top five issues for directors in 2019.
Who loves networking? Many of us don't – and we’re often doing it in our personal time - so let’s make it effective!
With progress coming thick and fast, leaders need to become skilled in governing teams in an environment of fast-paced change.
We invite you to network with your fellow IoD members and local IoD committee representatives who will explain the benefits and opportunities that your membership entitles you to.
Gain a comprehensive overview of the key financial information you require to confidently perform your duties.
Gain a greater understanding of risk management processes and the role of the board in overseeing its management of risk.
This course explores how the quality of reporting can influence the success of your organisation and how to create effective board reports.
If you have any enquiries regarding membership or Bay of Plenty events please get in touch with our branch manager.
The Bay of Plenty Branch committee members are Dr Bev Edlin (Chair), Des Hammond, Kim Lorigan, Bryan Graham, Wayne Bielby, Dr Wayne Beilby, Laurissa Cooney, Colin Baskin and Vivienne Scott.
The Bay of Plenty Branch acknowledges the generous support of