Governance masterclasses

Governance Masterclasses

What’s this Masterclass about?

Our Governance Masterclass demystifies the roles and responsibilities of boards and gives members the confidence they need to be able to contribute and make their boards impactful and efficient.

Who’s the facilitator?

The Masterclass is run by Alexandrea Cannon whose experience includes Chair of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust, Chair of SA Tertiary Admissions Centre, a non executive Director of Hood Sweeney, a non executive Director of Credit Union SA, and a former State Councillor of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD). She is a facilitator for the AICD Company Directors Course. Alexandrea played a key role in the governance of the BreastScreen SA Review Steering Committee requested by the then Minister of Health. Alexandrea has also been a Trustee of the South Australian Country Arts Trust, a member of the DECS Voices of Women Board and State President of the Australian Human Resources Institute. She was awarded the Australian Human Resources Institute National Medal for Leadership, she is a Graduate of the AICD Company Directors Course and holds a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Business.

Who is the Masterclass for?

Board Directors, aspiring Directors, people who report to a board.


Leaders Institute of South Australia, 70 North Tce, Adelaide.

Program fees

$495 (includes GST and booking fee)

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Program inclusions

Handouts and full catering.

Recent testimonials

Very well presented. I came away more confident in my role as a director

Kim Bailey, Director, Australian Fertiliser Services Association

Excellent knowledge, great examples and case studies, level of content was perfect. I took away a number of great actions to take back and adopt at Board level. Thank you

Lachlan Monfries, Board Member Cure4CF

The Masterclass will cover:

  • The basic Director legal requirements under the relevant acts
  • The interaction between the board and management in order to produce the most effective outcome for the organisation
  • The role of chair, directors and others; how and why they differ
  • The influence of board papers and the board agenda on the board’s attention
  • Group dynamics

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