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This is an intensive, interactive and high energy 1 day training on Corporate Governance which aims to inform participants on the implications
of becoming a board member and help you to be able to perform your role as a board member more effectively. It will also focus on the attributes that make a SMART Board.
This is a highly collaborative and stimulating programme. Participants will be solving real life case studies, discussing
the implications of the latest articles and videos on Corporate Governance.
Who Should Attend?
Chairs and non-executive directors of organisations
CEOs, COOs, CFOs and other executives such as company secretaries and compliance officers
Family members and controlling shareholders of boards of family companies
of non-profit organisations,
sports and community organisations
Partners of professional firms who advise on corporate governance.
Individuals with aspirations of becoming a Board member.
Gain a deeper understanding of the Corporate Governance Framework and how it might work for your organisation
Gain insights into the recent developments in Ireland’s Corporate Governance landscape
Understand Corporate Governance challenges
Understand how a board works and learn how to assess Board performance
Understand Directors Duties and what Directors need to think about
Learn about the common mistakes that Boards make and how to avoid them
Understand the importance of Risk Management in this new global age
Share experiential knowledge with fellow participants
The course will also include a number of case studies and videos and will be very practical.
Date: Monday 29th January 2018
Time: 9.00am - 5.30pm
About the Facilitator
The workshop Leader and Facilitator David W. Duffy FCA is the founder of Governance-Online.com.
David has served on
multiple boards in various sectors and has reviewed the performance of
over 60 boards. His most recent publications include “A Practical Guide
to Corporate Governance”
and “A Practical Guide for Company Directors”, both published by
Chartered Accountants Ireland.