This practical programme covers all aspects of the modern NEDs role. Responsibilities. Law. Regulation. Board composition. Remuneration. And more. Learn how to maximise your effectiveness whether you are new to the boardroom or looking to increase your value.
By the end of the day you will understand:
The day includes a ‘dilemmas for directors’ session to test your learning against some real-world scenarios. See the full programme below.
You will also receive:
We support our attendees long after they complete the course. Your professional subscription includes a subscription to G+C Magazine, as well as access to briefings, discounts and our knowledge base.
Delegates to this course get the opportunity to buy the accompanying books when signing up. For more info about our books, please visit our book shop.
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9:15 Welcome and introduction
9:20 Corporate governance overview
10:20 Legal liability and risks
11:35 Risk management, audit committees and the role of NEDs
12:15 Effective Decision Making
13:40 Governance dilemmas for directors
15:00 Board composition
15:50 Remuneration: the challenges for NEDs
Giles Peel is a specialist in governance and risk, having worked in these areas for many years, across most sectors. He works as an adviser to Boards and Senior Management teams and acts as a mentor and trainer for both individuals as well as teams of directors.
Simon is a former Chief Executive of ICSA and joint head of ICSA Board Evaluation. Simon is also a non-executive director of Crown Business Communications Limited – an award winning corporate communications agency – and its parent, MNN Holdings Limited. He is also deputy chairman of the principal UK railway industry charity, the Railway Benefit Fund.
Very informative and useful. All speakers were very enjoyable! Thank you.
£755 +VAT (Non-members)
£685 +VAT (Professional subscribers)
£595 +VAT (The Institute members)
£405 +VAT (The Institute students)
Later dates are yet to be confirmed
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