The Virtual Boardroom: Governance in COVID-19 (Webinar Recording)

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This webinar was recorded on 11 May.

In case you missed it, the recording is now available for you to watch at your leisure.

A webinar for Board Members

Join Fiona Payne (board member of various NFPs) and Roland Naufal, Managing Director DSC (and ex sector CEO) as they discuss the critical issues facing disability boards and committees from both the governance and management perspectives:

Balancing the immediate priorities; health, safety, risk & viability

The changing focus of the Director’s role in this crisis

Developing new ways for board and management to work together

Governance challenges: oversight vs operations

Crisis reporting & compliance obligations

Communications & stakeholder engagement

Doing things differently in board process & structure

Post Recovery Analysis

This is a not to be missed opportunity for board members to quickly get up to speed on their key responsibilities during the crisis and beyond.

Presenters

Fiona Payne


Fiona Payne

Team member


Roland Naufal

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