Governance Leadership Programme

The difference between good and outstanding performance

Transform your performance from excellent to outstanding with the ICSA Governance Leadership Programme, an executive development programme designed to equip you with fresh strategic insights and practical ideas for enabling governance in the boardroom and the business. 

Built around the concept of Situational Intelligence, and delivered through collaborative group-led learning, participants leave with the passion, enthusiasm, insights and strategies to truly make a difference.

We offer two ways to undertake this programme:

Residential

Next programme date: 17-20 June 2019 

The Governance Leadership Programme brings together leading governance professionals and company secretaries from around the world. Set in the beautiful grounds of the stately Hanbury Manor, this is our flagship residential programme. This executive programme enables senior talent to develop their competencies through collaborative workshops with peers. Individual post-programme sessions allow you to reflect on your strengths and create a personal action plan.

DETAILS AND BOOKING INFORMATION 

Modular

Next dates: Leadership Skills: 20 November 2018; Strategic Skills: 12 February 2019; Influencing Skills: 12 March 2019

The modular programme offers a series of three non-residential, one-day events scheduled throughout the year. These workshops will build on your governance experience and develop your professional strengths. On completion, you will be able to recognise and understand the strategic factors driving your organisation, influence boardroom behaviour and lead governance thinking.

DETAILS AND BOOKING INFORMATION

Next steps and contact

Take a look through the programme options and book your place using the links opposite. If you’re not sure which programme is most suitable for you, our training team will be happy to help.

You can contact them at training@icsa.org.uk or call 020 7612 7034.

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