Governance is fundamentally about accountability, assurance and control. Are we doing what we’re meant to be doing; what we’ve been set up to do? How do we know what’s happening? How do we know we’re making progress? Do we know the risks we’re actually running? And where does the buck stop? It’s difficult enough when you’re applying this to an organisation.
But in this session, we’ll focus on how you can do this effectively when not all the risks you’re facing are going to be visible; when what you’re meant to be governing isn’t organisationally neat and tidy; or when it’s not an organisation at all.
We’ll look at what your ultimate responsibilities are; how you set up your change; how you maintain oversight and control; how you manage and mitigate risk; how you hold different requirements and demands in balance; and how you can intervene if things are going awry, working from Systems Leadership principles so that you can focus on the governance issues that matter.
This will be an interactive session, focusing on practical examples and tools in your armoury, and with plenty of time for questions and discussion.
This session will be delivered by Debbie Sorkin, National Director of Systems Leadership at The Leadership Centre
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