Achieving Organizational Board Effectiveness

Workshop Overview

Boards do get comfortable that risk is addressed appropriately but it’s a critical responsibility on a whole. Boards frequently delegate elements of risk oversight to committees most commonly to the audit committee. The responsibility for risk oversight resides with the full board, and understanding the key risks facing the company. In this workshop delegate will learn to select the right metrics, setting and monitoring targets, and effectively sifting through information sources. Delegate will also learn the outline key considerations for the different stages and different types of transactions which is to make sure that employees are comfortable with the organization’s vision, mission and strategy or comfortable that the proposed strategic initiatives will allow us to capitalize on our key strategic differentiation factors.

Key benefits of attending this workshop

UNDERSTAND – the role of a board in a modern enterprise

IDENTIFY – the fundamentals for effective board performance

LEARN – how to develop and support a board that adds exceptional value

DISTINGUISH – between different codes of governance

KNOW – how to select the form of governance that will add value to your company

MEASURE – the performance of the board and develop plans to instill continuous improvement

Who Should Attend?

This course is designed for Company Directors, Legal Heads and Company Secretaries for this event.

  • Company directors
  • Aspiring directors
  • CEOs
  • Company Secretaries
  • Board Consultants
  • C Suite Executives (CIO, CTO, CFO, CMO, CHRO, etc.)

Why you should Attend?

The trainer is an experienced board director with current directorships, an international expert on corporate governance, and a corporate governance advisor to mid and small-cap boards, She champions the cause of directors required to shoulder enormous responsibility on a shoestring budget. Governance is the new hot topic that all companies must address. Good governance reduces risks and compliance burdens. But poor governance will increase bureaucracy and add costs in order in getting the governance right is crucial for success. Corporate governance is the way a corporation polices itself. In short, it is a method of governing the company like a sovereign state, instating its own customs, policies and laws to its employees from the highest to the lowest levels. Corporate governance is intended to increase the accountability of your company and to avoid massive disasters before they occur. Julie uses her real-life experience and deep knowledge of corporate governance to show boards with limited resources how to be more effective through practical governance innovation and know-how.