The purpose of governance is to provide an organisation with direction and control so that it can achieve its strategic objectives. Governance has many component parts – ‘building blocks’ – which all have to be in place, and functioning properly, for the process to work
Throughout, the training will emphasise the fact that good governance will differ from Region to Region in the world.
Different jurisdictions have varying approaches in terms of legislation, regulation and guidance, and the forms of governance created in Regions such as the Gulf, the Middle East, Africa and Asia should reflect local circumstances, rather than imitate the systems coming from the West
The Masterclass will consider the hot topics of the day including Delegates attending the workshop will be able to take part in group and table discussions to compare and contrast the governance systems in their own countries.
There will be exercises where best practices will be explored and shared.
And case studies will be used to explain and illustrate how governance issues are a daily part of organisational life
In particular, the training will focus on the key issues which are emerging in the governance world, such as Equality, Diversity and Inclusion• Artificial Intelligence •Innovation •Cyber Security and Crime• Enterprise Risk Management Environment, Social and Governance •Climate Change •Recovery From The Pandemic
Business Continuity and Resilience
Silent Quitting and the War For Talent
Case Studies – Silicon Valley Bank, Boeing
With case studies, group discussions, practical handouts and expert tuition, attendees will
Learn how to strengthen the building blocks of an effective board Understand the Board Dynamic and Board
Understand what an effective director does
Find out what an effective board looks like
Understand the board’s role in delivering business benefit
Learn how to position the organisation in a volatile and changing world Maximise the strength of its stakeholder relationships
Develop expertise in building the organisation’s brand and reputation Perfect skills in developing strategy and the risks to the strategy
Be able to make recommendations concerning board composition
Delegates will return to their workplace with practical and actionable insights which will help their board operate at its fullest potential, and the organisation to become more effective, and better performing.