There is increasing recognition that economic recovery and being competitive in the global market strongly correlates to having outstanding boards and competent directors. Pressure on board’s and director performance demands are intensifying.
This has lead to the term “Best Practice Model for Directors – Standards for the Board”. These are not prescriptive but provide a framework for application and benchmarking comparison for high standards of professionalism, director competence that culminates in successful business outcomes.
This programme addresses best governance practice for company boards, public sector boards, not-for-profit boards, clubs, sports bodies, schools, trusts – any governance body.
Understanding and applying director “Best Practice” standards of governance professionalism and competence
Better exercise responsibilities/accountability as directors
Adopt a shareholder/stakeholder value based approach to board decision-making and its application to business success
How to approach the new position on the board
Lead, develop and implement a value-based philosophy
Make more effective contribution to board decision making, governance culture and application
Appreciate the important corporate governance issues that impact on boards
Understand the scope of legal, financial, and ethical matters that impact on boards
Conduct relationships with other board members and those external to the board, with greater confidence
Assess and appreciate the attitudes, needs, and opinions of investors, analysts, shareholder/stakeholders and other interest groups
Better understand the board’s role in public affairs, media relations and other communications.
You will be encouraged to participate, debate, develop creative ideas, test your judgement, defend your opinions - so that you will develop confidence to transform knowledge and inspiration into winning governance performance.
Doug is a retired Canterbury based Chairman, Professional Director and Consul for Korea, Justice of the Peace, Life Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Management, Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Directors, Inaugural President and Board Chairman Business New Zealand, three term President Canterbury Employers Chamber of Commerce, and past National President New Zealand Institute Management.
His career spans forty years in listed company senior management and directorships within the following sectors
• Heavy engineering and plastics manufacturing
• Water infrastructure enhancement/irrigation
• Agriculture, horticulture and forestry sectors.
Doug studied governance best practice in New Zealand, Australia and Henley College UK. He is a frequent presenter of governance and strategic leadership programmes.
Locations, dates and venue
|Dunedin||19 September 2013||9.00am - 4.30pm||16 McBride Street, Dunedin||19/09/2013 09:00 19/09/2013 16:30 96 Governance Best Practice | NEW Dunedin - 16 McBride Street, Dunedin dd-mm-YYYY|
|Invercargill||28 June 2013||9.00am - 4.30pm||Corner Leven & Esk Streets, Invercargill||28/06/2013 09:00 28/06/2013 16:30 96 Governance Best Practice | NEW Invercargill - Corner Leven & Esk Streets, Invercargill dd-mm-YYYY|
$ 585.00 + GST for members
$ 750.00 + GST for non members
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