Come together with New Zealand's foremost business leaders for our premier annual gathering to explore the latest insights on the future of governance and risk management across key industry sectors.
The National Governance Conference 2019 offers you the chance to:
The Future of Governance: Leadership, Good Conduct and Ethics
This year's conference theme is built around the future of governance incorporating the core values of Leadership, Good Conduct and Ethics. We explore the concept that organisations, and therefore boards and management, are successful when these three key business attributes are aligned.
|Global Future of Governance||Edith Shih FCIS, President - ICSA|
|10 Governance Lessons from my Career||Dame Jenny Shipley|
|Crisis Management: Identifying and managing an organisation in crisis||Michael Stiassny|
|Panel Discussion: What makes a great Board||Chair: Dr Lee Mathias|
Panelists: Rob Campbell, Chelsea Grootveld & Paul Devereux
|Diversity of Thought||Lloyd Mander, CEO - DOT Scorecard|
|Artificial Intelligence||Shaveer Mirpuri|
|Harassment, culture, ethics and integrity: Lessons from government and sporting reviews||Speaker to be confirmed|
|Complexities of "for-purpose" Missions||Craig Fisher, Consultant - RSM New Zealand|
|Cyber Security||Philip Adamson, CE - Outsource IT and Jeff Herbert, Cybercraft Ltd|
|The Role of Modern Boards: An interactive case study||John Horsley FCIS, Senior Lecturer - MIT|
|International Perspective on Governance||Megan Motto, CE - Governance Institute of Australia|
The plenary sessions offer a timely opportunity to hear from international and local thought leaders, and governance and risk management experts who will share their wisdom on international perspectives, local lessons learnt, coping in a crisis, achieving diversity of thought and much, much more...
The two concurrent sessions allow delegates to break into corporate and not-for-profit streams to hear about artificial intelligence, culture creation, leading for change and cyber security.
Register now...this year's conference is shaping up to be a day full of thought-provoking inspiration, fresh perspectives and new concepts around governance!
Member Early-Bird: $650 (incl GST)
Non-Member Early-Bird: $750 (incl GST)
(Early-Bird closes 21 August 2019)
Corner Princes Street and Waterloo Quadrant
Governance New Zealand confirms this event qualifies for 7.5 CPD structured credits per day based on 1 credit per hour of attendance
08:30 am - 05:00 pm
01 Oct 2019
The Pullman Hotel