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Megan Buntine shares her expert industry insights to the not-for-profit sector.  If you’re serious about organisational capability and want tools and information to advance your work then read on.
Ethical Decision Making: Podcast

Megan Buntine, our governance guru, and founder of Megan J Buntine Consulting Services, chats again with Yarra Valley FM's Bruce Argyle on his Community Conversations program.  This time their discussion topic is Ethical Decision Making.  Megan has been providing...

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Understanding Fiduciary Duty: Podcast

Governance specialist, Megan Buntine, is back to speak with Yarra Valley FM's Bruce Argyle on his Thursday morning 'Community Conversations' program.  Hear Megan and Bruce discussing some great advice for those involved with community organisations - essential...

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Running Effective Meetings: Podcast

Megan Buntine, our expert in governance, and founder of Megan J Buntine Consulting Services, has been featured on Yarra Valley FM's 'Community Conversations' program with Bruce Argyle.  She has been dishing out some great advice for community organisations for many...

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Managing Your Organisation’s Assets

Most of our local community groups have to work so hard to generate the limited funds they have to purchase their assets – running trivia nights, holding raffles, flipping sausages at a shopping centre on a Saturday morning.  So it is really important to keep track of...

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Justice Connect

The range of legal requirements that are imposed on community groups (particularly for bigger organisations and those that employ staff) can sometimes seem overwhelming for volunteer committees.  But ensuring compliance with the relevant laws is a critical part of...

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Board Member Conduct

Board (or Committee) Members should lead by example in their conduct on behalf of their organisations, demonstrating behaviour that reflects the organisation’s values at all times.  But unfortunately, this is not always the case.  Sometimes when people’s behaviour...

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