2017 ELGP Video and Projects
As the Emerging Leaders in Governance program for 2017 draws to a close, we are excited to share their Group Research Projects. First though, here is a video snapshot of the personal learnings from this year’s cohort.
Group Research Projects
Every year, the ELGP cohort are challenged to work in small groups to develop a research project to be added to the online toolkit for the benefit of Community Partners and the NFP sector more broadly. The ELGP 2017 cohort explored the key trends within the sector in their projects – the new aged care reforms, the board’s role in innovation, mergers and diversity on boards.
Here are the five projects for you to share and download with your boards:
Congratulations to all participants for their time and in depth research to create these outstanding projects.
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