Overview

A 5 day programme held at venues across the UK.

The Role of the Non-Executive Directors is a member of the Board of Directors, who does not form part of the executive management of a business. Under company law, there is no legal distinction between Executive Directors and Non-Executive Directors. NEDs usually stand back from the day-to-day running of the business. NEDs have the same legal duties, responsibilities and potential liabilities as the Executive.

The Non-Executive Directors’ Development Programme is an intensive 5 day programme, which has been developed to support and provide leaders with the knowledge and skills to be a high performing Non-Executive Director, preparing them for the demands and challenges that they face every-day.

This fast track, well-structured and intense programme, provides an outstanding personal development opportunity. The Programme gives a detailed understanding and up to date knowledge of the role of the Non-Executive Director and the Board, leadership, corporate strategy, finance and crucially, organisational governance. It offers the maximum personal and business benefit from a minimum investment.

Next course:
Manchester - Oct 14th, 2019 - Oct 18th, 2019

5 places remaining

Upcoming courses

Course Date
Location
Price
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Jan 27th, 2020 - Jan 31st, 2020 11 places remaining
London
£3,750 +VAT

Learning objectives

  • Detailed knowledge and an in-depth understanding of the role and responsibilities of a Non-Executive Director including legal obligations, personal liabilities and expected duties and how these relate to your role in your business;
  • Being able to contribute to the strategic direction of the company;
  • Build crucial commercial, operational and leadership skills and knowledge;
  • Improved confidence and effectiveness operating at Board, C or D-level executive-level management;
  • Knowledge of the latest Boardroom best practice and principles;
  • Development of the personal key skills to better influence the Board and deliver more effective outcomes;
  • Improved and more informed decision making, viewing challenges more objectively and delivering better results;
  • An ability to lead and plan more strategically, identifying threats and exploiting new opportunities.

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