Structuring business through good governance. Profit matters . . .
Join Terrance M. Booysen in a 1-day practical Workshop where delegates will be provided insights that assist them to actually build a Corporate Governance Framework® for their company. Cutting past the rhetoric and academic hype, the delegates will spend the day discussing the components and then draft their own Corporate Governance Framework®. Read More
As the governance blue-print of the company, this Workshop provides participants an understanding of the components required for a Corporate Governance Framework®. After the day session, delegates will have a clear understanding of their shortfalls. And with this knowledge they will be equipped to rapidly fill the gaps in their respective companies. By not blue-printing the company’s Corporate Governance Framework®, the company will forever be on the back-foot. With the everincreasing risks and burdening legislation, companies can be rapidly drawn into the quicksand, where profit making and sustainability becomes more of an illusion. There’s no doubt that business must make profit; and if the company’s governance framework is missing or lacking, they should expect the inevitable.
Why attend this Workshop?
This 1-day Workshop is the first of its kind in South Africa. The Workshop is designed to extract maximum value from the lessons learnt at CGF and these are shared with the delegates who are required to direct and manage a company through a robust Corporate Governance Framework®. Clearly, when it comes to preparing and compiling a Corporate Governance Framework®, which is a strategically critical document (and process) for any type of organisation, careful attention and an understanding of the business and its risk appetite is required. Getting this framework and its components wrong can have devastating results upon the company, not least the company’s ability to attract astute investors, directors, employees and customers. This is no ordinary Workshop.
Our training workshops have been awarded Continued Professional Development (‘CPD’) points through the South African Board for People Practice (‘SABPP’) as well as the South African Institute of Risk Managers (‘IRMSA’).