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Seminar tackles management/governance divide


Seminar tackles management/governance divide

Sticky Beaks and Fatal Attractions are some of the topics to be addressed by employment law specialist, Linda Penno at an Events Industry seminar on 7 May.

Helping management and board members handle the management/governance divide is the focus of this third seminar in the Events Industry series titled ‘Enron, Events and The Space in Between’

Sticky Beaks is Linda’s title for her advice on keeping governance out of management; Fatal Attractions refers to getting, keeping and making the most of boards and board members; while Mars and Venus addresses the difference between management and governance.

Linda will also cover topics such as handling the board/staff relationship and the legal liabilities of boards and board members.

The seminar will be held at Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology. Entry from Madras St. Those attending are asked to visit the desk at the Atrium to be directed to Room N104.

The presentation will start at 4pm, with drinks and nibbles to follow between 5pm and 6pm. Cost of attending is $15 (waged) and $5 (students).

RSVP mailto: mailto:maria.leuluai@ccc.govt.nz

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