Governance providers

There is a wide range of training about governance available in New Zealand.  Training may be informal or formal.  It may also be focussed on a specific sector or a specific role on the board.  A few examples are listed below.  We recommend you identify your specific training needs and find the training provider who can best meet those needs. 

Board Clarity help boards become more effective and efficient so that they can truly lead the organisation.

Boardworks International facilitates powerful corporate governance and rewarding directorship of the boards of not-for-profit, public and commercial organisations.

The Equal Employment Opportunities (EEO) Trust is a national body mandated by government to provide support to employers around the issue of equal opportunities and diversity in the workplace

HSR Governance offers experts in governance, specialist project management, and organisational performance and review. It develops exceptional boards and highly successful organisations.

The Institute of Directors in New Zealand (Inc) promotes excellence in corporate governance, represents directors’ interests and facilitates their professional development through education and training

Massey University leads research and expertise for governance.

Professionelle offers professional development for working women at all stages of their careers.

Sport New Zealand is committed to helping New Zealand sports organisations recruit more women onto boards.

Stellaris specialises in governance education and training for directors, trustees and executive committees. 

Stimulus NZ helps individuals secure new board positions via a Board Ready CV Review service or a one on one Board Career coaching session. iis a community of over 8,500 individuals looking for board roles.  The website advertises new board positions every week and also allows individuals to build an online profile and promote themselves as Appoint Professionals.

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