The Role of the TAFE Chair

All delegates must be registered to be able to participate in training and to be eligible to receive qualifying hours

Explain the various roles of the chair both inside and outside the boardroom

  • TAFE specific duties and responsibilities
  • Outline the leadership role of the chair in board selection, boardroom dynamics and succession planning
  • The relationship between the chair and the CEO

Presented by: Rosina Hislop

Rosina Hislop started her career as a chartered accountant in the UK. Prior to establishing a boutique management consultancy, Rosina was a partner at Ernst & Young where she was a leader in the strategy and risk practice for South Australia. Rosina has worked with leading global companies on their corporate strategy, business-model innovation and finance systems, including the lead commercial advisor for the sale of a $12 billion business. 

As well as global corporates, Rosina works with government and smaller private and not-for-profit organisations and current board directorships include:

  • SA Health
  • Principals Australia Institute
  • Seymour College
  • Volunteering Strategy for South Australia (chair)
  • Local Government Association of South Australia (independent chair of the audit committee