• Intense, time and money-saving 2-day programme
  • Ideal for directors (INEDs, NEDs and EDs), aspiring directors, C-Suite
    executives, company secretaries, deputy company secretaries, assistant
    company secretaries, heads of human resources, top management
    executives and leaders of not-for-profit organisations
  • Real-world examples and suggestions for dealing with board governance
  • To be held at multiple locations nationwide and in Accra, Ghana
  • Valuable board governance materials put together specially for you

Programme Overview

Governance is only as good as the sum total of policies, systems, rules, relationship, processes and leadership
operating within an organisation. The board is a crucial element within an organisation’s governance framework.
This dynamics though not a one- size-fits-all solution for effective governance but the 10 Principles of a
highly effective board, represent a leading practice collection of sound corporate governance
guidance for profit, not-for-profit and forward-thinking public sector organisations.
This highly interactive, compressed and intense two-day programme provides board
members and aspiring board members with the practical guidance on board governance.
Participants will learn through our blended learning approach, including presentation,
case studies, role plays, insights from a member of a well-functioning board and
theoretical and empirical research on board governance.

Programme Objective

To provide a robust, comprehensive and leading practice principles and guidance on board governance. By the end of the programme each participant will be able to:

  • Define roles and objectives of the board
  • Examine board purpose and strategies
  • Explore board composition in terms of skills, knowledge, experience, tenure, size, diversity and succession planning
  • Learn what board effectiveness means
  • Appreciate the role of the board regarding risk governance and oversight
  • Define organisational performance in terms of key financial performance indicators and non-financial indicators
  • Dig deeper into governance areas such as culture and ethics, CEO’s selection and appointment, board evaluation and appropriate and timely information
  • Gain insights into the concept of board engagement, including engagement with shareholders and institutional investors
  • Board members of listed companies (CEOs, DMDs,
  • EDs, NEDs, and INEDs)
  • Board members of private companies (CEOs,
  • DMDs, EDs, NEDs, and INEDs)
  • Aspiring directors
  • Board members and leaders of not-for-profit organisations
  • High-calibre public sector corporations’ board members
  • Other public sector organisations board members
  • Senior civil servants and leaders of not-for-profit organisations
  • Experienced leaders who want to revisit and revitalise their board leadership skills
  • C-Suite executives
  • Senior Management executives
    Top management executives
    Company secretaries
    Public corporations board secretaries
    Other public sector organisations’ board
    Deputy company secretaries
    Assistant company secretaries
    General counsels
    Heads of Human Resources/Human Capital