Templates, Checklists, Tips
What can we do? Capacity development for leaders
Do you want to build the capacity of your leaders? This resource sets out some important steps, questions to ask and examples from others. Use it to think about what you can do.
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.
Check up: Roles of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander governing body
Use this resource to check that your governing body is fulfilling all their roles and responsibilities.
Check-up: Governing body decision making processes
Apply all of this check-up to the decision making in your community, organisation or group. It will help you analyse if there is a problem with your decision making.
Check-up: Effective legitimate governance
In a well-governed nation, community, group or organisation, the people (members, board, staff and leaders) have an agreed way of doing things. You can use this check-up to see if you have the right stuff.
What can we do? Building a strong internal culture in our organisation
There are some practical ways to start building the internal culture of your organisation. Use this resource to start a collective discussion in your organisation.
Check-up: Our dispute resolution processes
You can use this check-up to see what you are doing well to manage disputes or grievances in your organisation or group and get ideas for other things you could do to improve your processes.
Template: List of contents for a governance reference manual
This list of contents will give you an idea of the kinds of information you could include in a governance reference or induction manual for your leaders. Your community and nation will also be better informed about how you do things if they have access to it.
What can we do? The basic steps in strategic planning
This resource sets out the key steps for developing a strategic plan and the specific actions and issues that need to be addressed at each step.
A framework for understanding the barriers to Indigenous financial capability
This report prepared by the First Nations Foundation and Reconciliation Australia outlines best practice principles for the design and delivery of financial education programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. On page seven, there is a diagram that outlines the barriers that need to be overcome to enhance financial literacy in Indigenous communities.