04 your governing body and leadership
Young people guiding The Marruk Project
The Marruk Project was awarded First Place in Category B of the 2014 Indigenous Governance Awards. Here Project Manager Angela Frost and Youth Leadership Group member Bayden Clayton discuss the central role of young people in guiding the project. The Youth Leadership Group empowers young people in the Swan Hill community.
IUIH’s vision for the future
The Institute for Urban Indigenous Health (IUIH) was a Finalist in Category A of the 2014 Indigenous Governance Awards. Here CEO Adrian Carson describes the importance of a positive vision for the future.
IUIH on the challenges of shared governance
The Institute for Urban Indigenous Health (IUIH) was a Finalist in Category A of the 2014 Indigenous Governance Awards. Here CEO Adrian Carson and Jody Currie, Director of Operations and Communications discuss some of the complications of shared governance and how they tackled challenges that arose in bringing together four health services.
Murdi Paaki young leaders program
Murdi Paaki young leader Isabelle Orcher talks about the organisation’s young leaders program and succession planning.
Indigenous leadership at the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre
Indigenous leaders and participants in the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre (AILC) talk about Indigenous leadership. The Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre (AILC) is the only provider of accredited Indigenous leadership training courses in Australia, offering leadership and Indigenous mentoring courses across the country. Founded in 2001, the AILC is a non-profit organisation predominately run by Indigenous people for all Australians.
Succession planning at NPY Women’s Council
NPY Women’s Council Chair Yanyi Bandicha and Co-ordinator Andrea Mason on succession planning, and bringing younger women into the organisation.
Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly’s Charter of Governance
In this clip Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly (MPRA) Chair Sam Jeffries talks about how MPRA chose not to become an incorporated model and how their Charter of Governance serves as their guiding document.
Check-up: Effective capacity building practices for leaders
This check-up lists different areas of capacity development for leaders. It will help you analyse what you are doing well and identify new skills for your leaders to develop.
What can we do? Strategies for succession planning
This resource outlines helpful strategies and questions to ask to ensure you are setting up your governance for future generations to come. It also contains some great examples of what others have done.
Check-up: Your leadership health
This evaluation is for leaders working both formally and informally in organisations or the wider community. You can use it to find out how effective, capable and legitimate your leadership is.
Check-up: The qualities of effective Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders
This resource lists the qualities and skills that participants in the national Indigenous Governance Awards and the Indigenous Community Governance Project see as being important for strong leaders to have. What are the strengths of your leaders?