Better Boards Conference 2017
Written by Victor Hamit

Better Boards Australasia is again hosting its highly regarded Annual Conference featuring leading international and national speakers. The Conference theme is “Adaptive Directorship: Governing for the Unpredictable” and will be held on 28-30 July 2017 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The Conference features a dedicated CEO’s day on Friday 28 July 2017 with sessions enhancing CEO thinking and exchange of experiences through round table forum participation with leading NFP professionals. For Board members there is an innovative tour on 28 July 2017. The main Conference on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 July is directed to Board Members, CEOs and Senior Executives of NFPs over a broad range of topics. Click here to learn more about the Better Boards Conference 2017, topics and speakers.

In addition to the Conference there are pre-conference masterclass sessions on Thursday 27 July 2017.

Also, you can register for the Better Boards free newsletter on their website by clicking here. The newsletter contains interesting, thought provoking and practical articles from leading advisors in the NFP sector.

Recent newsletters have covered the following topics (by way of example):-

The Better Boards website contains fact sheets (click here) with introductory comment on items such as the following:

We consider this to be the premier NFP conference in Australia and on past performance recommend it highly. The writer has been a frequent speaker at the conference on tax related topics affecting NFPs.

At the Better Boards Conference 2017 the writer will speak on “Board Sub-Committees are a risk! There is a better way!”


Date Published: 4 May 2017

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Victor Hamit
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