Registrations Closing Friday 20 March 2015
The Most Reverend Anthony Fisher OP, Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Sydney, is confirmed for the Conference Eucharist and Conference Opening Plenary Session for the Governance Conference.
CHA Governance Conference to address issues around collaboration; "Competition: moving from intention to practice" is the theme of a plenary workshop at the 2015 Contemporary Catholic Governance Conference. Mr Julien O'Connell, Dr John O'Donnell and Ms Patricia Faulkner will conduct a workshop developed around relevant case studies to explore the issues and possible solutions to the challenges of working collaboratively to serve the mission of Catholic health and aged care in a market-driven environment.
CHA welcomes Trustees, Boards,CEO's and Mission Directors to this biennial event targeted to those entrusted with governance in any of the Church's ministries across health, aged care, education and social services.
The conference will:
1. Provide an opportunity for those in governance and leadership of a Catholic ministry to explore the nature and contemporary context of their roles
2. Examine the relationship of governance and leadership roles to the mission of the Church
3. Examine the exercise of fiduciary responsibilities in the context of emerging trends and challenges in health and aged care service delivery
4. Enhance appreciation of and access to opportunities for effective collaboration.
Who should attend?
Those holding governance and leadership positions in Catholic ministries of health, aged care, education andsocial services.
The conference will provide the opportunity to hear from experts in the field of Catholic ministry and governance.
Using a case study approach it will be focus on key themes and issues of concern to those in Catholic governance roles.
The conference will be facilitated by Kerry Brettell Director of Integroe Partners and is designed to maximise interaction and collaboration among participants. Using a case study approach based on the Harvard method it will focus on key themes and practical issues of concern to those in Catholic governance roles. Participants will have the opportunity to examine specific issues, listen to experts and engage actively in dialogue with colleagues in a process which will stimulate new awareness and emerging solutions toshared challenges.
Preparatory reading material will be circulated by early-March 2015.
Confirmed speakers include
Fr David Ranson
Sr Mary Wright
Ms Phil Billington
Ms Virginia Bourke
Other CHA member Trustees and Board Directors
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To read the discussion paper that informed conference proceedings, click here.
Click on the links below to access the speakers PowerPoint presentations from the conference.