The Company Secretary in the Boardroom
Classroom: £329 +VAT per person
Board Meetings are an essential part of the governance of many organisations and the importance of the role of the company secretary during these meetings cannot be underestimated. There are many best practices a company secretary should apply in order to maximise his/her effectiveness in the boardroom.
This course will guide you through everything you need to know in order to succeed in this challenging environment. It is a highly practical and interactive day that will help company secretaries develop the skills and confidence needed to make the most effective contribution in the boardroom. You will also gain a crucial understanding of the governance framework relating to meetings, which will greatly assist you in your advisory role.
The presenter will use his vast experience and practical real-life understanding throughout the day to help you confidently develop your own skills in the boardroom.
“I got some really good ideas for improvement, especially how to step up from being a minute taker to being an advisor. The course was full of great tips and the presenter gave a lot of advice from past roles which was really useful.”
“Really good content delivered in a manageable and palatable way. Very relevant and has given me lots of ideas and action points to take away to improve the company secretarial function.”
Head of Legal, UK & EMEA
“The presenter engaged the audience, rather than just delivering a lecture. This made taking in the information much easier.”
“Very useful and insightful course , with really good tips and material to put into practice.”
Head of Legal and Company Secretary
“Really good day - the opportunity to discuss particular subjects with groups and hearing about other people's experiences really helped in bringing the subject to life.”
Assistant Company Secretary
“Brilliant course - met and exceeded my expectations. Love the small group and open discussions that we had. Lots of reassurance that what we're doing is good practice and lots of stuff to think about improving.”
Governance and Performance Administrator