As the nation's top trainer and advocate for community directors, ICDA continues to press for improvements in the way we help board members, but we need your help.
The Institute is conducting a fresh study of governance in the not-for-profit sector, opening the ICDA Not-for-Profit Governance Survey to organisations nationally.
The survey and resulting report will create a snapshot of key issues affecting the boards of not-for-profit organisations across Australia from the viewpoint of directors and senior staff.
It covers the performance, barriers and opportunities facing organisations, particularly in the areas of governance, finance, data, organisational development and fraud.
The results will guide the Institute's work in education, resourcing and advocacy, and we'll be sharing results to boost public knowledge about not-for-profit sector governance.
"There are more than 600,000 not-for-profits in Australia - it's a huge and hugely important sector, yet there remain big gaps in our knowledge about the needs, desires, frustrations and expectations the leaders of those organisations hold," said ICDA executive director Patrick Moriarty.
"We're confident our report will yield practical results for our members and the wider sector."
The latest survey follows a 2015 study on governance, which will act as a baseline. It takes approximately 10 minutes to complete.
Those who complete the survey can go in the running for a prize package worth more than $1000, including:
Take our survey now for your chance to win. Hurry closes soon: www.communitydirectors.com.au/2019survey
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