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Derek Tan

A successful grant application and more

Torbay Lifestyles and Care Finance and Administration Manager, Christine Lilley sits down with Patrick Herd to talk about her experience working with CBA and the successful government funding her organisation received with the help of CBA.

Derek Tan

Working with Torbay Lifestyles and Care

Principal Consultant Patrick Herd sat down with Torbay Lifestyles and Care CEO, Christine Lilley, to discuss some of the ways the Hervey Bay aged care facility has been able to benefit from CBA’s consulting services.


Cooinda Aged Care Transitions to a New Owner

Paul Medway, Board Chair at Cooinda Aged Care Centre, talks about new ownership at Cooinda and CBA’s role in facilitating the transition Paul talks with Patrick about CBA’s involvement in the business transfer and how


Company Constitutions and Natural Justice

The decision of the Queensland Supreme Court on 7 August 2020 in a case involving Soroptimist International Of The South West Pacific, a company limited by guarantee is a timely reminder of the need for


Introducing the Director Identification Number

New amendments to the Corporations Act 2001 and the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006 will require current and prospective directors of Australian companies to apply for a unique identifying number known as a director identification number


Leading through a Crisis

Today we talk to Michelle Lateiliakepa from RLOA about how to lead through a crisis when working with the most vulnerable. Communication, feedback, relationships and staying calm were a few of her top tips.


Exemptions for small and medium charities

ASIC has announced that all small and medium registered charities will be exempt from the requirement to have a whistleblower policy. These charities still need to comply with the whistleblower laws but will no longer be in breach of the law if they do not have a whistleblower policy.