The language of governance can sometimes seem a little remote to the average business, something just for academics, institutes, quoted companies and the occasional newspaper headline. But nothing could be further from the truth. If your board thoroughly understands the principles of governance, is aware of best practice, is up-to-speed with the latest developments, and is wholly united in its approach to strategy, risk and control then all should be well. If not, just how confident should you really be about your future?
This workshop is designed to help you:
- challenge how you view your role in driving corporate and individual purpose
- take a critical look at your alignment of strategy, risk and control
- review and discuss how you deliver success in the real world of human irrationality and bias
The session is guaranteed to challenge your thinking. It will give you a range of practical tools to help drive and safeguard your business. It will be a day well spent.
This interactive and participative workshop is designed for directors, leaders, senior managers, and decision-makers. Your personal level of board experience and the size and nature of your business are irrelevant – the need for clarity of focus in a constantly changing world is the same.
A thoroughly enjoyable, very practical one-day session (9.30 – 4.30). A lively mix of theory, challenge and application.
Mark spent twelve years in international banking as an analyst and eight years in industry as a finance director before founding his governance and strategy consultancy practice more than twenty-five years ago. He is an experienced Non-Executive Director and an Audit Committee Advisor. He undertakes director and board mentoring and evaluation, a range of academic work, and delivers public workshops, seminars and lectures for professional bodies and corporates.
Mark is a regular writer of articles and CPD modules on governance and financial topics, and is the author of a number of books including Practical Guide for Audit Committees, Good Governance Guide to Strategy, Directors’ Handbook, and Directors’ Checklists.