Effective Director Course – Module 3: Practical skills: The boardroom experience
Thursday, 11 July 2019 to Thursday, 11 July 2019
9:00am to 12:00pm
Governance Institute of Australia
100 Creek Street
BRISBANE QLD 4000
Cost (Inc GST)
Take part in a simulated board meeting using a hypothetical case study to put into practice the strategies and techniques you have covered in modules 1 and 2.
The pre-reading and attendance at a boardroom dinner will prepare you for this simulation. Guided by an expert facilitator, this experience will enhance your knowledge about effective director communication context, progression and quality. This session will allow you to develop a deeper understanding of how to influence boardroom discussion to raise issues that require elevation for exploration, whilst maintaining a professional and respected presence.
Please note that this module cannot be undertaken as a standalone module. There is a prerequisite entry requirement for this module which is attending module 2.
Richard Willcock FGIA
Richard is a corporate governance practitioner with board and senior executive level experience with public, private and not for profit entities. Over the past 20 years, Richard has held senior governance, legal and risk roles in the banking and financial services sector and with the Commonwealth Government. During this period he has also been a board member of both operating and subsidiary entities and a trustee of a not for profit foundation.
Richard has first hand experience with many of the issues which confront directors, CEOs and other executives as they come to grips with their stakeholders’ governance expectations. Richard consults in governance, strategy, business design and operations and commercial law and is an occasional author and presenter in applied governance. He has successfully built and lead highly effective teams in complex business environments.
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