Driving Business Value Creation and Growth
66%Of global CXOs and board members say the COVID-19 pandemic has increased shareholders' expectations that their organizations will drive sustainable and inclusive growth.
SOURCE: EY CORPORATE GOVERNANCE SURVEY, FEBRUARY 2021
64%Of incoming independent directors in 2020 across large US enterprises belong to the technology, private equity, and consumer goods industries.
SOURCE: U.S. SPENCER STUART BOARD INDEX, 2020
37%Of directors say their board fully understands their organization's crisis management plans, whereas the majority of directors do not feel the same.
SOURCE: PWC’S 2020 ANNUAL CORPORATE DIRECTORS SURVEY
Create Sustainable Business Value through Proactive Corporate Governance
In today’s highly dynamic business environment, corporate governance must extend beyond just meeting compliance requirements to ensure long-term value creation and organizational longevity. The board of directors must function as torchbearers for shareholders' interests, continually revisiting corporate policies and processes to adapt to increasingly complex economic, technological, social, and regulatory environments. Understand the responsibilities of corporate boards and their various committees in regulating organizations and creating long-term business value.
This program will enable you to:
Excel at understanding and working with boards
Assess whether capital received from shareholders is being deployed efficiently by the board and senior management
Ensure that internal controls adequately prevent ethical breaches, operational inefficiencies, and financial mismanagement
Create attractive compensation plans for senior executives that are also aligned with organizational goals and performance
Monitor, analyze, and evaluate current risks and devise contingency plans to safeguard the business from potential backlash
Who Should Attend ?
This program is designed for senior executives with board or management experience, those preparing to take on such responsibilities, and C-suite executives.
Senior executives who are current or upcoming board members and wish to equip themselves with a structured understanding of proactive corporate governance, risk management, and compensation planning:
C-suite executives who seek to understand the duties and nuances of board service and wish to enhance their organization's financial returns, risk management efforts, governance diversity, and strategic direction:
Chief executive officer
Chief technology officer
Chief strategy officer
Founder or co-founder
Module 1: The Role of a Board
Identify the fiduciary duties of directors and analyze the scope of their responsibilities against those of the management. Explore the various board committees and their roles.
Module 2: An Audit Committee’s Responsibilities
Evaluate the responsibilities of audit committees and understand the impact of resource allocation on financial statements.
Module 3: A Compensation Committee’s Responsibilities
Review a compensation committee’s charter, design an effective executive compensation plan, and explore succession planning.
Module 4: Brief Overview of Nominating and Governance Committees
Discuss a nominating and governance committee's charter and identify its key responsibilities. Evaluate your board structure and analyze the influence of the organization and board culture.
Module 5: Risk Management
Assess organizational acquisitions, financing methods, and valuations. Define risk management and analyze how your organization manages risks associated with talent management and sustainability.