This one day programme is aimed at equipping aspiring and new directors with the knowledge of how
effective boards should operate. The focus will be on the role that board should play and how to effectively
achieve results that have been set.
King Code of Governance principles (King III)
- Principle 2.6: The board should ensure that the company has an
effective and independent audit
- Principle 2.19: Directors should be appointed
through a formal process.
- Principle 2.20: The induction of and ongoing
training and development of directors should be conducted through formal
- Principle 2.21: The board should be assisted by
a competent, suitably qualified and experienced
- Principle 2.22: The evaluation of the board,
its committees and the individual directors should be
performed every year.
- Principle 2.23: The board should delegate certain functions to
well-structured committees but without abdicating its own responsibilities.
Key focus areas
An effective Board
The role of the Board of Directors
- Board governance frameworks-charters, codes, policies
- What are the questions board should be asking themselves?
- The board as agent
- Managing vs directing
- Governance duties – King III principles
Director selection and removal
- The process for director selection & The importance of succession planning
- Balance on the board
- Directors remuneration
- Coordinating the roles and responsibilities of board committees
- The requirements, benefits and process for doing board appraisals
- Acton items from results of board appraisals
One Full day: 08h30 - 16h00
||R 3 488
||R 4 185
||R 5 231
Includes: VAT, refreshments, lunch, course material
*For more than 8+ delegates