Course Overview

What can be done to increase board effectiveness? In a corporation, the board of directors steers the ship on behalf of the shareholders or members. As a result, their primary responsibility is to establish the organization’s strategy, goal, and values while also ensuring that all applicable laws and corporate governance regulations are followed.

The Board of Directors has been entrusted with the duty of ensuring that the business is lucrative and viable because each shareholder has a stake in their individual institutions. Therefore, the role of the board of directors is to continually exercise oversight authority while ensuring the realization of the corporate strategic objective.

External directors, who are capable of rendering unbiased assessments, and functional directors, who carry out operational activities at the corporation, make up boards of directors. The highest building of all management teams must include a CEO, a CFO and a COO.

The senior management team of the business and the Board are both under the direction of the Board chair. Vice-chair or vice president, secretary, and treasurer are additional Board positions. Coopting board members to manage particular tasks results in the formation of ad hoc committees. The choice of committee members is put to a vote by the Board of Directors. Members have the choice to accept or reject nominees for committee positions.

Nine people make up the typical board. Most boards have three to thirty-one members. Seven is the optimum number. Two important board committees, made up of independent individuals, serve the Board. The board chairperson is the leader of the board of directors, while the CEO is the senior executive.

Course  Objectives

  • Make sure their Boards are operating at their peak while converting corporate vision into actual reality
  • Learn how to incorporate global requirements for board effectiveness into a context-specific framework of localized goals.
  • Put board effectiveness in a clear-cut statement of the goals of important organizational execution strategies.
  • Learn and put into practice effective methods for regularly achieving all of your organization’s major objectives that are pertinent to the course material.
  • Learn how to identify and avoid frequent mistakes in the present organizational strategy that affect the efficacy of the board.
  • Learn about the guiding concepts, practices, and protocol for your organization’s Board of Directors’ performance and engagement, as well as its potential and influence.
  • Display a comprehension of the fundamental principles of board process.
  • Identify and assess the primary areas where the Board in your organization is currently ineffective.
  • Recognize how maintaining Board effectiveness will affect your organization on a practical level.
  • Recognize the roles, duties, and institutions that different individuals, groups, and institutions play in a board’s effectiveness and connection with the organization.

Organisational Benefits

  • Gain from educating your staff about the definition and significance of board effectiveness in businesses, especially if it has any bearing on the main goals, values, mission, and vision of your company.
  • Concentrate and target your efforts on the protocol and practices of the Board of Directors.
  • By ensuring a connection between the board and operational employees, the business may strengthen its synergy, which will raise employee morale and boost productivity.
  • Critically evaluate your organizational capabilities in terms of conformity with the aforementioned principles by conducting a gap analysis and performance audit.

Personal Benefits

  • Enhance your performance through increased productivity and enhanced communication with your operational personnel by becoming aware of the effects and long-term benefits of adhering to board norms and procedures.
  • Understanding the Board Practice Principles
  • Participate in productive discussions about the subject to enhance organizational capability and communication in general.
  • Put your knowledge about the effects of board effectiveness in your organization’s context and integrate it.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of and comprehension of the key tenets governing the execution of board effectiveness. Training
  • Recognize the many individuals, institutions, and organizations that interact with the Board of Directors in an organization, as well as their roles, functions, and responsibilities.
  • Determine and assess the primary flaws that contribute to your organization’s board’s inefficiency.

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Course Outline

Background information and an overview of board effectiveness training

  • What is the Board’s procedure?
  • Functions of the Board of Directors
  • Making a Vision, Mission, and Values Statement
  • putting the vision into practical action
  • Corporate Governance compliance Prescriptions and Law

Organizational Strategy Setting

  • Establishing Mutually Acceptable Shared Values (Case Study)
  • interpreting the intent
  • Developing a Growth Plan
  • Identifying Opportunities for Growth
  • Particular Task Assignement: Continuity of corporate values? Give a thorough justification in favor of it.
  • Context
  • The gap between operational reality and board supervision – (Case Study)

The Biggest Obstructions To Board Efficiency

  • Risk Control and Monitoring
  • Challenges Facing Directors
  • Important Governance Problems
  • The Code of Corporate Governance
  • How can a shadow Director be removed?
  • responsibilities and obligations of a director
  • Non-Executive Directors’ Drawbacks
  • Managing Institutional Memory Retention

Improve Organizational Synergy

  • Innovation Value Entrenchment.
  • Shared Values Framework.
  • directing the establishment of mutually agreeable values.
  • enhancing the corporate vision.
  • alignment with more important social goals.
  • The Youth’s Important Role.
  • Review the Board of Directors’ crucial contributions to sustaining organizational effectiveness critically.



Who Should Attend

  • Senior marketing directors or managers
  • Relationship managers and
  • Customer relationship managers
  • Professionals in customer service, supervisors,
  • Team leaders, and managers
  • Sales experts, salespeople, and sales analysts
  • Entrepreneurs and founders of startups

Trainers Available for:

  • In-House Trainings
  • Online Training
  • 2 Hours Crush Program
  • Half  Day Program
  • One Day Program
  • Two Days Full Program

Training Techniques

  • Power point Presentations
  • Engaging conversations
  • Case studies
  • Exercises in solving problems
  • Focus Group Conversations
  • Games in Management
  • Skits and modeling the part

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