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Better Boards Conference for NFPs: 29-31 July 2016

Better Boards Conference

The Better Boards Conference is the premier governance and leadership conference for leaders of Australasia’s non-profit organisations.

The conference theme: Game-Changing Moves… Governing for Maximum Impact acknowledges the increasing number of boards, CEOs and executives that are creating new game plans as a period of Commonwealth and State Government driven transformational reform draws to a close.

Presentations will focus board and leadership discussions on four key areas that support successful outcomes in contemporary game plans: Strategy, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Technology.

Better Boards Conference 2016
When: 29 – 31 July 2016
Where: Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Who: NFP Directors & Executives
About: The Better Boards Conference is the premier governance and leadership event for NFP directors and executives. It is a valuable opportunity for those responsible for the governance of their organisation to make connections, share ideas and gather information with other directors and executives. Join over 500 directors on the 29 – 31 July 2016 to discover how to Govern for Maximum Impact.

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