Why your Firm should have a Board
How helping clients to implement an effective board is a massive opportunity
Stream this recording multiple times at your convenience.
- $180.00 incl. GST
- PD hours: 1
Governance is one of the fastest growing professions in Australia. It is a logical extension of services provided by most accounting and legal firms.
And implementing Good Governance into your own firm is the logical place to start – “eating your own dog food” as the colloquialism goes.
In this webinar Matt Paff will talk about the steps professional services firms should take to implement a good governance framework and oversight/board structure to drive more accountability and better outcomes in their businesses.
Leveraging his own experiences Matt will provide a practical, realistic approach. Even if you have an existing board structure, this webinar is still for you.
Matt will cover how having your own board and an effective good governance framework is the first step to a new service offering. One that builds the best possible relationship with your clients (recurring and at the top) and one that opens many doors to better servicing clients and growing revenues (your own and your client’s).
Webinar Learning Outcomes:
Understand why your firm should be implementing a board structure and how this is also a massive opportunity as a new revenue stream to service clients, engaging with the key decision makers at the top.
Partners and senior staff of Accounting firms, Advisors, Partners and senior staff in law firms.
Matt Paff is the Director of Value Adders. He sits on the board advisory board of Sydney accounting and advisory firm Imagine Accounting. He is a veteran of the business technology space in Australia and is renowned for his blog on the industry. A graduate of the Australian Institute of Company directors, Matt is also a partner of the governance consulting firm TPPG and a director of governance technology company GovernRight.
You will be provided with:
• PowerPoint presentation slide deck
• Supporting documentation
• Webinar Recording to view multiple times for up to 6 months
• An opportunity to ask questions to the presenter