Good governance in small boards: Local Aboriginal Land Councils and Non-Government Organisations
Local Aboriginal Land Councils (LALCs) and Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) can face similar challenges: their board members are usually voluntary, they often have limited staff numbers, and are expected to meet varied responsibilities in their communities. This workshop covers a range of topics and will include discussion about how LALC and NGO board members and staff all play a role in building good governance in their organisations.
Who should attend?
This workshop is open to board members and staff of LALCs and NGOs.
3.5 hours including a 15–minute break
What are the corruption opportunities that LALCs and NGOs can face?
- the nature of corruption accountability and decision-making
- past case examples
- costs and impact of corruption.
About the ICAC
- powers and oversight
- reporting corruption and public interest disclosures.
Why people act corruptly
- motivations for corruption
- gifts and grooming
- identifying and managing conflicts of interest.
- everyone has a role to play
- strong processes lessen opportunities for corrupt conduct
- four elements of corruption control
- supporting the basic standards.
This course can also be delivered on-site at your organisation.
While appropriate activity scenarios and case examples will be selected to cater to the specific needs of the participants, we are unable to offer a fully-customised service except in special circumstances.
To request an in-house workshop email firstname.lastname@example.org
New workshop dates to be announced.