The Governance Evaluator Insights webinars
The importance of data led governance – The 3-year effect
Join Fi Mercer, Alex Aeschlimann (Chair, Gippsland Southern Health Service), Maryanne Puli Vogels (Chair, Timboon and District Healthcare Service) & Ben Maw (CEO, Cohuna District Hospital) as they discuss how they have been leading a culture of continuous governance review and development. Listen as they discuss their experience of using governance evaluation data for decisions about what to focus on, that has helped improve their identified risks. Our panellists can speak to the magic that starts to occur after doing so for three years.
Demystifying data driven decisions – June 2020
Join Fi Mercer, Dr Tegan Smith (CEO, OPAL Rheumatology), Adrian Wagner (IT Operations Manager, Governance Evaluator) & Ashley Blackburn (Data Analyst, Governance Evaluator) as they discuss why is data the crucial “other piece” for peace of mind, achieving the balance between intuitive and factual decision making and getting the right data.
The Importance of Evaluation – May 2020
How to use evaluation to assure Board excellence
Join Fi Mercer & Brendan Moore (General Manager, Member Services, Leading Age Services Australia) as they discuss how to use evaluation to assure Board excellence.
No longer a question of whether to evaluate, but how will you evaluate – Fi & Brendan explore the many elements required for a strong and engaging governance evaluation process for your whole Board and individual Directors.
The Importance of Induction – April 2020
Driving a culture of contribution
Join Fi Mercer & Jo-Anne Moorfoot (Executive Director, Australian Centre for Healthcare Governance) as they discuss how to using induction to drive a culture of contribution.
An effective induction program sets directors up for success – Fi & Jo-Anne explore the many elements required to support new directors to feel engaged and confident to contribute faster to minimise your governance risk.s.
Effective stakeholder engagement in Aged care – March 2020
Join Fi Mercer & Tracey Cain (CEO of Australian Public Affairs) as they discuss the risks being identified by Australian boards, in particular the challenges of effective stakeholder engagement in the aged care environment and explore practical solutions for building capabilities, relationships and reputation in this area.