Governance Resource List

Board Governance is a frequently discussed topic and, with the myriad of resources available, it can be difficult to make sense of what information is appropriate for you.   

This  Governance Resource List list is designed as an easy reference for people searching for learning materials in relation to governance, whether in the form of face to face or online training, books and journals  or  videos, to name a few.  

This resource is current as at 21st of March, 2015. Whilst this Governance Resource List is comprehensive, it is not exhaustive. If you did not find what you were looking for, you may wish to utilise some of the keywords used in the Resource List tab to conduct a further search.   

You will find instruction on how to refine the list to best suit your needs on the Resource List tab.  

This Governance Resource List was created by Ms. Victoria Bentwood-Long, Mr. Dane Etheridge, Ms. Stefanie Johnston, Ms. Maryam Khan and Ms. Gabriel Lubieniecki as a part of the Engaging Young Leaders on Aged Care & Community Boards Program. They hope you find this resource beneficial and it assists you in your future learning and training. 

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