Piper Alderman invites you to our first session in ‘The Dynamic Board’ series for 2023.
This six-part flagship seminar series features prominent industry leaders and Piper Alderman’s very own experts, and is designed to assist board members and executives improve performance and reposition their organisation to address upcoming challenges. The series highlights key issues for directors, and explores the landscape for the modern board in 2023 and beyond.
‘This was one of the most practical and informative sessions I have attended.’ – 2021 participant
Thursday 30 March – Adelaide
Talent Recruitment, Retention and Developing Skills for the Workforce of the Future
Recruitment and Retention of Talent is presently the #1 issue keeping boards awake at night. How can you develop and implement effective strategies to attract and motivate talent, enhance skills of those retained, and encourage and reward performance?
Modern boards need to consider:
- Remuneration structures in light of market movements and trends, as well as restrictions on forms and amounts of remuneration under the Corporations Act and under the ASX Listing Rules.
- Succession planning that ensures there are viable successors and a solid talent pipeline to enable the business to deliver.
- Developing a culture that will attract and retain key people and encourage performance.
Guests are invited to join us in-person in our Adelaide office followed by networking drinks. The 45-minute presentation will also be live streamed online.
|The presentation is open to all organisations, excluding other legal service providers.|
‘Excellent format. I liked the occasional polls and the ability to ask questions.’
‘Very relevant and professionally delivered by proven and highly credible panel. Perfect forum – engaging and not too formal. Pleasant social aspect too.’
‘All knowledgeable and great advice with different views’
‘Great diversity of views and backgrounds among panellists’
‘As a professional advisor, I found the information precise and extremely beneficial to Directors.’
‘Very good coverage of modern director risks’
‘Very open and useful advice and shared experience.’