- Governance, legal and regulatory framework essentials
- Board charters, the role of the board, culture and ethics, board composition
- Board protocols, meetings and papers
- Board and management relationships and succession planning
Who should attend?
In addition to being appropriate for aspiring and new directors and senior executives, the GDP is also suited to small and medium enterprise (SME) organisations, managers of Not-for-Profits who wish to explore a governance function, and professionals who work with boards. The style of the GDP is particularly useful if you wish to establish local networks.
2019 Dunedin dates
Location: The Dunedin Club
To register your interest, please email Otago Southland Branch Manager Philippa Murrell firstname.lastname@example.org
As well as national presenters, we also have a range of local senior directors who will present and share their governance experiences. These local senior directors include:
... more presenters still to be announced.
Members: $1,980 incl GST
Non-members: $2,655 incl GST
Not a member? Join online now to receive the member rate.
A 10% discount is available if you are booking this course under the Essentials of Directorship package.
“The Governance Development Programme was excellent – with real life lessons and anecdotes shared by experienced, knowledgeable directors and a chance to create, and develop, our own networks at a regional level.” – testimonial from a GDP attendee
Governance Development Programme facilitators include: