The Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) is pleased to bring you the latest thinking on current and emerging issues at our annual Australian Governance Summit, the nation’s largest gathering of business leaders and governance professionals.
Directing in a complex environment
The 2017 Summit will focus on Directing in a Complex Environment and will explore governance beyond compliance: where governance is agile and deals with real-world complexity.
The program has been released and will feature more than 40 of Australia’s leading authorities on governance and leadership.Join more than 1,000 like-minded professionals for this landmark event in the governance calendar.
How much are directors paid?
Remuneration data for directors is now available exclusively to members following research conducted by the AICD earlier this year.The 2016 AICD Remuneration Survey received 1,627 responses from non-executive directors, chairs and members of audit, risk, nomination and health and safety committees from across not-for-profit organisations, private enterprise and listed companies.The data gathered will allow AICD members to benchmark their remuneration and compare it to the average fees by sector, industry, role type or organisation size.Members who completed the survey will receive a complimentary high-level report of the survey findings, while all AICD members are eligible to request up to two complimentary extracts of the data.
Find out how your pay compares
An office away from the office
Located in the heart of the Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide central business districts, our Business Centre and Member Lounges are an exclusive and complimentary benefit of your membership with the AICD.Whether you are travelling interstate or simply need a break from the office, our lounges are the ideal place to work, hold meetings and meet colleaguesOur lounges offer concierge services, meeting rooms and free amenities including wifi, tea and coffee, printing facilities, newspapers and daily storage. We also have a Members and Directors Executive available to speak with you about your professional development and how you can get the most out of your AICD membership.
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Maximise your development
Today’s business environment is constantly evolving, which means that keeping your directorship knowledge up to date is essential. Accruing Director Professional Development (DPD) units is one of the many ways that you can maintain your currency and strengthen your capability as a director.
Members, graduates and fellows of the AICD are required to accrue 60 DPD units over each three year cycle of their membership. DPD units can be accrued through participation in courses, events, self-directed activities – including reading Company Director – and activities sourced from external providers.
Ensure your DPD is on track
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