BoardMatters – insights for non-executive directors
In order to provide effective guidance and counsel to the executive and achieve successful outcomes, it is essential for non-executive directors to have a comprehensive understanding on a range of business issues.
Our goal is to help you explore current business and market issues through the lens of the unique challenges faced by non-executive directors.
Here we profile some of our recent global and local thought leadership to help directors evaluate complex problems, develop fresh approaches and implement practical solutions.
| High stakes: health and safety reporting |
Managing workplace health and safety (WH&S) is far from a ‘tick the box’ exercise and directors are now asked to play a more proactive role in ensuring their company complies with its obligations. The stakes have never been higher for the board and having the most reliable, insightful and relevant data will be key in tackling the challenging task of mitigating WH&S incidents.
| Board Game Changers: Market Moving Geopolitical Trends |
Geopolitical events such as elections, policy and regulatory changes, local area conflicts and cross border collaborations all impact a country’s economy, and have significant consequences for business strategy. Board Game Changers: Market Moving Geopolitical Trends discusses the biggest geopolitical trends at play and their implications for Australian business.
| Connected leadership – Equipping the board for the AGM |
A guide for shareholders attending AGMs with questions or topics for consideration and a reminder of the basic rules of AGM preparation.
| CFOs in high demand |
Of the 800 finance leaders surveyed for our recent report, CFO and beyond: the possibilities and pathways outside finance, 79% agree that CFOs are more in demand than ever for board-level roles because of their financial knowledge.
| Equipping the board for the AGM |
A guide to the potential areas of focus for shareholders at forthcoming AGMs with questions and topics that boards and c-suite should consider.