Geelong Directors' Breakfast: Beyond the Family Board

23 April 2024
Fyansford, VIC

As your business grows, expanding your board can leverage your capability providing a framework for strategy, sustainability, and new thinking. 

When

Tuesday, 23 April 2024
7:15am to 9:00am AEST

Cost

Cost (Virtual)

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Location

Truffleduck
Balmoral Reception Centre
66 Hyland Street (Hamilton Highway)
Fyansford, VIC
3221
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DPD Units

This event will earn you 5 DPD units

Family businesses are recognising the benefits of governance and non-executive directors, and a higher percentage of these businesses are now looking externally when growing their board. These independent directors bring valuable experience to guide your company through different growth stages and can offer different skills and perspectives to expand board thinking.   

Join us at this Directors’ briefing as our panel of experts share insights on:

  • Knowing when to expand your board and the benefits
  • Finding the right independent directors for your commercial objectives 
  • Developing a board skills matrix to identify desired capabilities 
  • Types of remuneration for directors  
  • Succession planning for the next generation 

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