Regulators and royal commissions alike have pointed to board culture as the key factor driving most governance failures. But looking beyond statements such as “culture eats strategy for breakfast”, what does the science tell us and what does culture look like in Australian boardrooms?
Expiry Date - Saturday, 14 December 2024
Duration - 60
Boardroom culture – the behavioural patterns that emerge while a group of directors go about their governance duties – is supposedly the driver of business success or the cause of all failures in corporate governance. So what does this mean in action and how does it impact other group activities and senior leadership?
Our organisational psychologists and experienced company directors will drill down to the behavioural foundations of board culture, specifically addressing:
- How culture is formed and perpetuated in groups;
- The five cultural archetypes prevalent in Australian boardrooms;
- The four hallmarks of a successful board culture;
- The red flag behaviours that indicate a board culture is failing; and
- How to address the culture question with your board.
By the end of the session you will understand how culture is formed and know tthe signs and ways to address cultural issues in your boardroom.
This webinar is part 6 of 6. Please view other sessions here.
- Rob Newman BA, PG PSYCH, MAPS, Organisational Psychologist, Change Focus Group
- Jane Holzworth, Psychology Consultant and Executive Coach
- James Beck GAICD, Chair & Governance Advisor
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