Megan Motto lays out a new six-point 'cheat sheet' that she says has helped spread the message about what the Governance Institute does. She also highlights how she has led an increased drive of our advocacy in the market and aimed to strengthen our position as the leading independent voice on governance in Australia. Motto also emphasises how Governance Institute has ramped up policy work and actively engaged government to ensure our members' views are widely heard.
The failure of Earle Haven is a clear call for stronger governance practices in the aged care sector
The sensational walk out of contracted care staff from Earle Haven Aged Care last week is an absolute tragedy. It re-affirms the urgent requirement for aged care providers to ensure they have effective governance and risk management frameworks in place to not only protect their vulnerable residents, but their staff, and the viability of the organisation as a whole.
Many leaders and organizations have begun to recognise that fragmented, incomplete approaches are not adequate for today’s multidimensional, ever-changing leadership and organisational challenges.
Given the complexity of today’s organisation’s problems, it is no longer acceptable to simply try to use the latest management fad from a current bestseller. Experience shows this random approach to leadership development hinders as often as it helps. Organisations can no longer afford the unintended and often expensive consequences of partial, half-baked approaches to leadership development.
Day two of the Governance and Risk Management Forum 2019 kicked off with Academy of Resilience’s CEO Stacey Copas delivering an uplifting and inspirational keynote talk.