• The eCommunity is 1 year old!

    This month we celebrate the 1-year existence of this eCommunity! Visit the discussion to hear from one of our members on why she considers the platform to be of value in her day-to-day, but also to that of the wider Governance profession. 
    We very much welcome your thoughts too!

    Thank you for the role you've played as an active community member in the last 12 months. We couldn't have done it without you!

  • It's your last chance to register for international access to the Virtual National Conference 2020

    Governance Institute of Australia's first-ever virtual National Conference is available to the international community.

    Don't miss your chance to gain exclusive access to global leaders and invaluable thought leadership — beamed directly to you, wherever you are in the world, live and on-demand on an interactive event platform.

    View the full line-up of speakers.

  • Newly Published: Guest blog on 'Ethical Governance'

    Today we publish our November guest blog as authored by the esteemed @Trisha Mok, this month on the subject of 'ethical governance'. 

    Trisha reflects on the changing role of the governance professional whilst considering why culture and ethics matter, especially during a time in which companies and employees alike are facing significant challenges. 

    We highly recommend you give this blog a read and whilst you're there, why not share your thoughts in the comments? As an increasingly important topic of focus, we encourage you to share your ideas and opinions and engage with the authors of these blogs.

    [Read the blog]
  • TGE S2, ep.2 - Richard Taylor, Chief Executive, Lumi Global

    In episode 2, we speak to Richard Taylor who is Chief Executive at Lumi Global. Lumi Global has run over 2,500 virtual meetings this year and whilst circumstances made them a necessity, there are still issues to iron out. No one is better placed than Richard to look into the future of virtual meetings, what technology changes are still yet to come, how Regulators have assisted or hindered and how Governance Professionals can play a pivotal role in protecting the interests of issuers, investors and the wider stakeholders.

    For Governance Professionals this is an interview that goes to the heart of what we do.


  • Early bird available until 16 October — virtual National Conference 2020

    You are invited to gain exclusive access to global leaders and invaluable thought leadership at Governance Institute's virtual National Conference 2020. You will discover how to navigate uncertainty with clear vision, deep trust and adaptive strategy.  

    Tackle the biggest challenges in governance and risk management, ask the tough questions and solve pressing issues with insights from experts, including Michael Chaney AOMichelle Edkins and Diane Smith-Gander AO. 

    Register by Friday 16 October to save with early bird pricing.

  • CGI Webinar: 'The changing role of the governance professional post-Covid'

    On Thursday 8 October, we hosted our global webinar on 'The changing role of the governance professional post-Covid'. We were fortunate to hear from four governance professionals, on whether they thought the role has changed since the pandemic hit. Whilst the experiences were a little different in each case, all our panelists (and many attendees) agreed that it has created opportunity. It was also widely agreed that this is a pivotal moment for the profession in that if ever there is an extreme need for governance, that time is now. 

    If you were unable to join us live, or you were and you simply want to view it again, you can now access the recording on-demand here.

    Why not then review the session wrap-up over in our discussion forum, and share your own thoughts on the key questions raised during the webinar?
  • Virtual National Conference 2020: International Access Now Available

    Governance Institute of Australia's first-ever virtual National Conference is now available to the international community!

    In this conference, you will gain exclusive access to global leaders and invaluable thought leadership — beamed directly to you, wherever you are in the world, live and on-demand on an interactive event platform.

    You can save up to $100 with early bird prices today.

  • Welcome back!

    Now that the majority have returned to work or academia, we'd like to say Welcome Back! It's a little scary to think that we're nearing the end of Q3, and whilst we shan't dwell on it too long (because I think we've all had enough of it..), this global pandemic may have drastically disrupted 2020, however it has shown the intrinsic value and power of this community.

    We'd like to say 'thank you' to you, quite simply for keeping the conversation going at a time when this means of connection and source of information meant a great deal to many in a very isolated time. 

    We're fortunate to have still been able to deliver much in the way of content via this digital platform in the last few months, and we're heading into Q4 stronger than before. Whilst we can't reveal too much today, we encourage you to stay tuned as we've got some exciting things coming your way very soon!

    So, it's time to dust off the keyboard & set yourself up ready for great things as we approach the final quarter of 2020! Use this time to complete your eCommunity profile, have a look back through our webinars, webcasts & more, join the discussions happening over there to the left, but most importantly... watch this space

    We'll be in touch next week!
  • Summer Update

    The Chartered Governance Institute would like to take this moment to wish you all what is hopefully a relaxing Summer break, and that you ensure you dedicate some time to rest and catch up following a turbulent year so far.

    Remember that the eCommunity is a great platform to ask questions, build your professional network and enhance your knowledge, so please don’t hesitate to reach out or pop a thought or question in the discussion forum. And if you’ve got a spare moment or two and you’d like to broaden the mind in glorious sunshine, why not look back over our Thought-Leadership campaigns on 'Corporate Governance: beyond the listed company' or 'Enhancing individual director accountability', recap the Impact of Covid-19 on leading practitioners & academics, or prepare yourself for September with our Global webinar on the implementation of virtual AGMs.

    So don’t forget – we’re still here if you have any thoughts to share or want to look back through our numerous resources. But we look forward to picking up the conversation with you in September, where there’ll be plenty of content exclusives coming to the eCommunity.

    Wherever the Summer takes you, keep safe, keep well & keep writing.

  • New report highlights top data governance risks for corporate Australia

    Key data governance risks for corporate Australia have been highlighted in a new report by Governance Institute and CSIRO's Data61. 
  • New International President of The Chartered Governance Institute

    At the beginning of July, The Chartered Governance Institute welcomed @Peter Turnbull in as its new International President. I’m sure you’ll join us in wishing Peter all the best during his term, and thanking his predecessor, Edith Shih, for everything she has accomplished during her time as President. ​​

    If you would like to know more about what the Institute is working towards, you can view the President's address here.
  • TGE - all 9 episodes now available!

    You can now view Series 1 of The Governance Exchange here in full; once you've had a chance to catch up on how our interviewees adapted under the restrictions of Covid-19, we'd like to hear from you and invite you to share your and your organisation's own experience​​​s via our dedicated discussion thread here.

    It's important for us to understand how the profession has been impacted, how it has dealt with said impact, and how it will move forward, so we would very much like to hear from you. Join the discussion today.
  • Board and Executive Remuneration Report released

    Governance Institute, in partnership with Aon, have released the results of the Board and Executive Remuneration Survey which provides a snapshot of remuneration levels for directors and senior executives from 433 organisations.
    As Australia heads into 'remuneration season', these are the latest available salary and pay statistics.
    Read more at the link below, and GIA members can download the report.

  • Australian channel launched on The Chartered Governance Institute e-community

    Governance Institute of Australia is delighted that a dedicated Australian channel of The Chartered Governance Institute e-community has been launched.
    The new channel will help boost discussion and networking opportunities among Australian members of the global Institute.
    Governance and risk management professionals can share announcements and knowledge with the broader community via the portal. 
    Australian members also have access to the Open Forum channel where members from around the world meet.
    Read the full announcement about this new channel at the link below. 

  • Australian Sub-Community launched!

    This week sees the launch of a dedicated Australian channel branching from The Chartered Governance Institute's eCommunity. The new channel will help boost discussion and networking opportunities amongst Australian members of the global Institute.

    Read more here.

    If you would like to join the Australian sub-community, if you head to 'Communities' > 'All Communities' in the main navigation bar it should then display alongside the Open Forum when you click through.
    Click the blue 'join' button and access the page!

  • We want to hear from YOU!

    Last week we launched The Governance Exchange [more on this below] and today we release the next two 1-to-1 interviews in the series on The Impact of Covid-19. ​
    You can view episodes 3&4 and all other current webcasts in the series HERE
    When you have, we would really like hear how your organisations reacted, coped, and what's in place now as companies begin to emerge from the pandemic. 

    So give the videos a watch and JOIN THE DISCUSSION HERE by sharing your own experiences or offering guidance to others.
  • The Governance Exchange has launched!

    The Chartered Governance Institute is delighted to announce the launch of 'The Governance Exchange' - a new interview series that examines global governance issues through the eyes of leading practitioners, academics and commentators.

    Short and sharp, these 1-to-1 interviews will bring to light the insights and experiences that we all want to hear and learn from.
    The series is available to view on-demand here, with episodes being added regularly.
    We would also like to hear from you - view our dedicated discussion thread and share your own experiences of the Impact of Covid-19.
  • CGI Global Webinar

    On Tuesday 2nd June, The Chartered Governance Institute hosted a webinar that considered "Do we really need to me? Learning from a global pandemic". We heard from 3 leading industry professionals who shared their experiences as well as their thoughts on whether the future holds a place for hybrid AGM's.

    The on-demand recording is AVAILABLE HERE, and once you've viewed that, why not take a look at some of the key questions raised, and share your experiences too?
    Continue the conversation here...
  • An International Perspective of Corporate Governance... a "post-Covid-19" review.

    Earlier this week, John Heaton (Vice President of The Chartered Governance Institute & President of the UKRIAT Division), published a speech he gave on the topic of Corporate Governance - An International Perspective, back in February of this year. 

    As we're all well aware, a lot has changed in only a few months. John has kindly shared his views upon reflection of the original speech he gave, and has provided much food for thought which we invite you to read, digest and discuss. 

    You can read the speech here, and then join the discussion here.
  • Enhancing Individual Director Accountability

    The Chartered Governance Institute's Thought Leadership Committee today published its latest report on 'Enhancing Individual Director Accountability'.

    Have  a watch of the author's - John Dinner's - introduction summarising the key topics explored in this report. Once you've downloaded and read the report, be sure to keep a look out for discussion thread later this week where you'll be able to contribute your thoughts and discuss the paper directly with John himself.

    Watch the introduction.
    Download & read the report.
    Join the discussion.
  • Published this week...

    It's only Tuesday and so far this week we've already published;
    • The Director General's 'Front of Mind' blog. As has been the case for many weeks now, there's really only one thing at the forefront of everyone's minds. Have a read of Tim's blog below which looks at the impact of Covid-19 so far, and how this may affect the way in which we work. 
    • The President's Report - the latest report to members is now published. Take a look and find out more about the important decisions taken at the recent international Council meeting held in early April. Read it here.
    Stay tuned - we've got a great deal of content coming your way soon..
  • Covid-19: New policies and practices

    In light of the developing situation surrounding this Global pandemic, we have created a space for you to share your thoughts, updates, advice, guidance and resources, in the form of a new sub-community titled: Covid-19: New policies and practices.

    You can also locate this in the 'Communities' tab in the top navigation. From the drop-down, select 'All Communities' and it should appear in the list.

  • A Global Pandemic

    We are in a time of crisis - a Global Pandemic affecting us all in some capacity; affecting our work practices, affecting our social lives, affecting the economy & affecting us personally. This is, and will continue to be, a hugely pivotal time for businesses and governance professionals. So we've created a space for you that is dedicated to sharing concerns, advice, guidance, best practice and any resources that may be of use to others in the profession. 

    Please feel free to start a discussion thread or upload your resources to the library. Now, more than ever before, there is a call for community. You find yourselves in a primed position to establish that on a great scale. 

  • New Blog Post

    See the latest Blog on the impact of Covid-19 below. Don't forget to share your thoughts and opinions!
  • Latest Thought Leadership - Join the Discussion

    Last week The Chartered Governance Institute, in partnership with the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), published its Thought Leadership Paper on An overview of integrated reporting for Chartered Secretaries and Chartered Governance Professionals - be sure to download, read & have your say!

    You can access the Insight here - once you've done that, why not join the discussion, as initiated here.
  • Multiple Discussion Threads

    Don't forget - the 'Latest Discussions' feed only shows a few of the ongoing topics of conversation. In the 'Discussion' tab, there's almost 40 different threads currently available to read through and comment on - make sure you share your knowledge and gain insight from fellow industry professionals!
  • Join us at one of our events...

    You can now see an exciting new range of events happening throughout 2020, across The Chartered Governance Institute's Divisions. 
    Tell me more!
  • New 'Front of Mind' Blog from the Director General

    Beginning a new & improved format to the Director General's Blogs, in this latest edition, Tim Sheehy focuses on latest Governance trends and the impact of current affairs. 
    Scroll down to read, or click here.
  • Have you had your say?

    It's now been a week since we published the Thought Leadership Committee's latest paper: 'Corporate Governance - Beyond the Listed Company'. Many have downloaded it, but did you know that the paper's author, Peter Greenwood, also launched a discussion thread to welcome your comments and thoughts on the subject? If not, come and join the discussion!

    Insights such as these are also exclusively available on the eCommunity (with a lot more coming soon), so if you've not yet done so, you can access the Insight here.