CBAA Webinars

WEBINAR: 10 good governance tips for community radio boards/committees - Wednesday, 27 June 2018

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 18th April 2018
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Good governance refers to the processes, activities and relationships of your not-for-profit organisation that make sure it is effective and properly run – and good governance is the sign of a healthy organisation and helps ensure that the day-to-day work of a community radio station aligns with and contributes to achieving the station’s purpose. 

As community broadcasters are primarily volunteer-run organisations, it can be a challenge to get all your ducks in a row. Join the CBAA’s CEO, Jon Bisset, to learn 10 top tips that you can implement now to improve your station’s governance. 

In this webinar participants will: 
  • Engage with basic concepts of good governance as a community broadcaster 
  • Be presented with 10 tips that your station can implement now 
  • Have the opportunity to put forward questions 
Presented by: 
  • Jon Bisset Jon Bisset

Jon is CBAA's CEO and has previously served in key leadership roles as CEO of the Public Relations Institute of Australia, Chief Executive of the Council on the Ageing (NSW) and Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Fundraising Institute Australia.

Download slidesPDF iconWebinar-Slides-10-Good-Governance.pdf

This webinar was held on Wednesday, 27 June 2018 at 6.30pm AEDT.

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