Upcoming workshops: University Governance and Delegations

An Introduction to University Governance

Monday 25 March, 2-4 pm

New to the University? Want to know how the University works, how decisions are made, and who makes them? Interested in learning the difference between Rules, Delegations and Policy? Then this workshop is for you.

This session will provide participants with an Introduction to Governance at Macquarie. Topics covered will include the University’s key Committees and instruments which guide decision making, an overview of the Policy Framework, and the role of Council and Academic Senate.

Overview of University Delegations of Authority

Monday 1 April, 2-4 pm

Have you commenced a new role at Macquarie? Want to know more about decisions you are authorised to make, of both a financial and non-financial nature? The Overview of University Delegations may be of interest to you.

This session will provide participants with an understanding of the overarching principles of delegation to support good governance. It will focus on the Delegations Register with specific reference to the role of agents and establishing an agent, addressing conflicts of interest, and procedures for requesting an amendment to the Register.

The workshops will be presented by Zoe Williams, Head of Governance Services, and Ellen Carlson, Manager Policy Unit.

For more information, or to book, visit the HR workshops page.





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