Panel discussion: Governance, Communication & Strategy For Family Firms

April 30th
Panel discussion: Governance, Communication & Strategy For Family Firms John Harte, Integrity Governance’s managing partner was recently part of a fantastic panel discussion with UK based organisation…
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At a time of great upheaval how can the CEO be effectively supported by the board?

April 26th
John Harte, the Managing Partner at Integrity Governance, has just been published in the UK’s leading business magazine – Business Matters. John goes on to discuss how during a period…
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What five factors will enable boards to be effective in the COVID era?

March 3rd
The fallout from the COVID health and economic crisis demands high-performing boards. In these turbulent times boards are under pressure as never before, as they try to juggle future direction…
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Why leaders need emotional intelligence in a virtual world

February 19th
By John Harte, Managing Partner of Integrity Governance Leaders pre-pandemic would be told to “walk the floor” and “read the room”, to be seen, available and accessible to…
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Five ways to manage the board in a time of crisis

February 11th
The pandemic has seen boards re-write business plans, challenge assumptions, change views on risk, rewards and opportunities. They have had to, as they arguably face the worst global economic…
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The new year’s resolutions chairmen should be making and following in 2021

January 20th
Ensuring the board is an effective decision-making asset is the chairman’s key role. As we enter 2021, good chairmen must consider how they and their board can…
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Nine points for boards to consider as they navigate a COVID-19 world

January 6th
The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed our understanding of the type of business risks faced by boards. The impact of a health crisis that could lead to a…
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What makes a good board director?

June 18th
At the start of 2020, director duties and responsibilities are more onerous than ever. Following reports from the various Australian Royal Commissions over the last two years there…
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What makes a good Board Chair?

May 4th
A good Board Chair understands they are a facilitator to achieve the best outcomes rather than a “commander”.   They listen more than they speak,…
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Culture is an evolution, not a revolution

October 26th
Regulators are taking more interest in board and organisational culture as a result of the Hayne Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry and monitoring indicators of culture is now more important than ever.
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