ELGP 2021 PROJECT – MAKING DECISIONS ON BOARDS FOR EMERGING LEADERS IN GOVERNANCE
Our ELGP 2021 graduates project discussed the topic of decision-making on Boards for Emerging Leaders in Governance. The e-book created by our participants supports emerging leaders on aged care and community boards to make better decisions.
For emerging leaders on a community board, making decisions can be a nerve wracking and daunting experience. This e-book provides useful tools and processes to build decision-making confidence. This is achieved through the story of Sammy – a hypothetical 35-year-old emerging leader who has recently secured a place on the board of Care67, an imaginary aged care organisation operating in Western Australia.
Five elements of decision making are explored:
2) Board culture
3) The Why
4) External forces
5) Decision-making process
A summary of each key element is presented, as well as practical ideas and case studies to help put the ideas into practice.
Please click here to download and share this project with your network.
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