1.25 CPD Hours
On Demand EventComplete online in your own time (Self-paced)
- $180.00 excl. GST
An effective Advisory Board can be a crucial success factor for New Zealand’s businesses, both large and small, and are an increasingly popular method of governance for kiwi business owners. Yet most business people do not understand the value an Advisory Board offers, how they work, how they differ from a Board of Directors, what business owners are looking for and what it takes to be an Advisory Board member.
If the time is taken to ‘do it right’, an Advisory Board is a simple and effective framework for you to work closely with your clients. From day to day operational improvements to longer term strategic planning, Advisory Boards are helping business owners improve their decision making capabilities, increase accountability and access the skills and expertise to take their business to the next level.
Join us for this practical introductory webinar delivered by Helen Down, Managing Director of Advisory Boards New Zealand.
As part of the webinar you will also receive a practical workbook from Advisory Boards New Zealand with excellent reference material, checklists and a 90 Day Advisory Board Action Plan.
This popular webinar is ideal for business owners and professional services people who are keen to take the first step towards being involved in Advisory Boards. If you are looking for an innovative way to give your clients a competitive edge, and your own business a real point of difference then you really should take a closer look at Advisory Boards.
- What an Advisory Board is
- What an Advisory Board can deliver to business owners
- The opportunities an Advisory Board offers professional services companies
- How an Advisory Board differs from a Board of Directors
- The types of businesses who benefit the most from an Advisory Board
- The five phases of an Advisory boards life cycle:
- What is expected of an Advisory Board member
- Plus more than 30 tips to help you manage an Advisory Board effectively and the common pitfalls to avoid on both sides of the Advisory Board table
DATE OF ORIGINAL BROADCAST
11 April 2017
- Accountants and lawyers who provide advice to business owners around business growth, strategy, risk, governance, and operational issues
- Business professionals and Advisors who could provide services to business owners as an Advisor on an Advisory Board
- Business owners of small, medium and large companies
- Business owners and CEO’s who do not have governance structure that delivers to their needs
- Business owners/CEO’s with an Advisory Board already in place or had one previously that does not deliver the results expected or required
Helen Down, Managing Director and Founder, Advisory Boards New Zealand