Not for profit governance series: Fundraising essentials for board members
Sarah Barrer discusses fundraising in the not-for-profit sector.
Build your governance capability in an interactive environment
Calling all next generation directors. Are you considering governance or actively seeking a board role? Do you want to invest in yourself and grow your skills?
The IoD is committed to bringing through the next generation of talented, skilled, and diverse directors. This interactive session will give you access to some of the IoD’s experienced directors. Absorb their experiences, learn from their journeys and shape your governance future
The objective of this session is to build governance awareness and assist in developing a pipeline of talent for governance roles. You will be exposed to real-life case studies and discussions while working alongside experienced directors to be better equipped to serve on or work with boards.
Previous sessions have focused on the IoD’s Four Pillars of Governance Best Practice. This session also draws on the Four Pillars but is centred on governance case studies of four different entity types:
· Family business
· NZX listed companies
· Not for profits
So, whether you’re currently involved in or just starting your governance journey, this event will be a great option for you.
Spaces are limited. Please book early to avoid disappointment.
All attendees at IoD events must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and show a My Vaccine Pass on arrival at the event.
If you have a medical exemption and a My Vaccine Pass you may still be able to attend. For more information on our vaccine policy and safety plan see our Covid-19 updates' page.
Regrettably, registration fees cannot be refunded when cancellations are received within two working days prior to any branch event.
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