- Henri Eliot
- 12:00pm — 1:30pm, 11 May 2023
- Atrium Café & Conference Centre
- 252 Otumoetai Road, Tauranga 3110
- Price members
- $35.00 incl GST
- Price non-members
- $55.00 incl GST
Maintaining the status quo is no longer an option
When practising good governance, the board is the vital driver of organisational success while fostering positive social impact and economic value creation. At all levels, directors and business leaders around the world are faced with complexities arising from disruptive business models, new technologies, socio-economic changes and shifting political circumstances.
IoD Chartered Fellow and professional mediator Henri Eliot has retired from more boards than most people have joined and now uses his experience to help boards function at their peak. Henri joins us to discuss global trends in board performance and board reviews. As well as highlighting best-in-class governance practices, he will also offer pragmatic guidance on improving board quality, accountability and performance.
Henri Elliot is a professional mediator in the boardrooms of New Zealand and Australia with a reputation for skill, determination, commerciality and relatability. Henri is a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Directors in New Zealand, Associate Member of the Arbitrators’ and Mediators’ Institute of New Zealand and professional member of Resolution Institute. He trained as a mediator at Harvard Law School and is an accredited Farm Debt Mediator and Rural Panel List member. He now uses his experience to help boards function at their peak.
Henri has an international education and broad professional experience. He stays current on global hot topics through annual training at Stanford, Harvard University and the University of Cambridge. He received his LLB (Hons) from the University of London, Masters in Commercial and Corporate Law from the University of Auckland, his bachelor of arts degree in political science from McGill University, his MBA from Richmond University, a Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship from the Judge Business School (University of Cambridge) and a Masters in Sustainability Leadership from the University of Cambridge.
His senior executive career has followed a similar path, working at JP Morgan Chase and PwC in the UK, Deloitte in New York City, the Bank of Montreal in Toronto, and emerging technologies at Spark New Zealand.
Henri is a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Directors in New Zealand, Associate Member of Arbitrators’ and Mediators’ Institute of New Zealand and Professional member of Resolution Institute. He trained as a mediator at Harvard Law School. Accredited Farm Debt Mediator and Rural Panel List member.
Henri has published two books on corporate governance entitled Board Shorts (2017) and Board Shorts The Next Wave (2022).
Henri is currently Chairman Balle Bros Group, Dodson Motorsport, Hillfarrance VC and Camerons Group.
In addition, Henri gives back to New Zealand as Chairman University of Auckland Global Studies Council and Trustee Plunket Foundation.
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