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Melbourne CEO Breakfast: Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships - The Board and CEOs (Waiting List)
Join us for this Melbourne CEO Breakfast to have a chance to learn and network with other association executives.
Roles and responsibilities are often blurred for a variety of reasons. The trick is to understand the warning signs that can lead to an organisational crisis. What an organisational crisis looks like will be discussed, together with the techniques and strategies that may be used to bring the organisation back to being operationally effective.
Member Registration: Free
Exclusive to CEOs and Board Chairs
If you register for this event you will be placed on a waiting list, if a space does become available you will be notified.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Nerida Wallace, Chief Executive Officer, Law Institute of Victoria
Nerida Wallace is CEO of the Law Institute of Victoria and a Victorian solicitor and legal consultant with over 30 years’ experience in courts, government policy, law reform and private dispute resolution schemes. Nerida was most recently the principal of Transformation Management Services, a firm that provides strategic advice, issues management, and systems analysis and evaluation to private and public sector clients. She is co-author of Banker Customer – Resolving Banking Disputes (1992 Longman), and an author of the 2000 Guide to Resolving Native Title Disputes, Towards Common Ground, used in Cape York and across Australia.
Prior to taking her current role, Nerida was a founding member of the Law Institute of Victoria’s Future Focus committee and a contributor to research on self-represented litigants and court delay published in the Journal of Judicial Administration. Nerida's consulting experience has included regulatory impact statement work around Australia. She has been CEO of the Law Institute of Victoria since October 2014. Nerida is a graduate of the Monash Law School.
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