Webcasts & webinars
Access practical content at a time and place that suits you — whether it’s at home, at the office or as you commute. Our 45–60 minute webinars are the ideal way to meet your professional development needs at your convenience.
Upcoming webcasts & webinars
Webinar: Boards balancing shareholder and stakeholder ESG interests
Wednesday, 31 July 2019 at 11am AEST
As institutional investors and stakeholders press companies on their environmental, social and corporate governance initiatives, boards can no longer look at short-term shareholder returns as the only metric for success. They must address broader stakeholder interests and the need for a sustainable business model that goes beyond immediate financial returns.
Experts from Nasdaq will be delving deeper into what boards can learn from those who have worked to achieve a balance between the needs of shareholders and the broader stakeholder community.
FREE Webcast: Minutes in the spotlight
Friday, 2 August 2019 at 11am AEST
The importance of accurate minutes of directors’ meetings came under the spotlight during the Banking Royal Commission. To ensure that board minutes remain fit for purpose while meeting the relevant legal obligations, directors and governance professionals are considering minute taking practices.
Governance Institute of Australia and the Australian Institute of Company Directors have together explored some of the most critical issues for directors and governance professionals involved in the preparation of board minutes.
Webinar: Digital AGMs and Investor Relations - how to make it work
Wednesday, 21 August 2019 at 11am AEST
How can you leverage online technologies and host your important announcements online and eliminate as much risk as possible? In this webinar, Redback Connect will provide you with an overview of what you need to get started and how to make the most out of your investment.
Webinar: How to manage a whistleblower complaint
Thursday, 12 September 2019 at 11am AEST
Are you prepared for managing a whistleblower complaint? Under new legislation, Australian companies must give protection to whistleblower employees and they have until the end of 2019 to introduce a compliant and comprehensive whistleblower policy. If you fail to comply with the new laws, it’s a criminal offence with tough civil and criminal penalties for disclosing the identity or victimising a whistleblower.
Recorded webcasts & webinars
Artificial intelligence — Governance issues facing assurance providers and boards
Emerging technology trends in governance, and how you can apply them
CoSecPRO Product Demonstration
Unpacking the final report of the Hayne Royal Commission
Shareholder Resolutions: Is there a case for change?
Looking to run your own webinars? Redback Connect offer fully managed webinar services complete with broadcast studios based in Sydney and Melbourne.
Members receive 25% off their first managed digital event.
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