Director Certification: Mentoring Circles 23 May 2019 - CD(SA)
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The Director Mentoring Circles are aimed at offering Certified Directors and aspiring Certified Directors the opportunity to interact with CD(SA)s through an interactive networking session that encourages meaningful engagement and dialogue.

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When: Thursday ,23 May 2019
9:00am - 11:00am
Where: Institute of Directors South Africa Offices
144 Katherine Street, Grayston Ridge Office Park
1st Floor , Block B
Sandown, Sandton, Gauteng  2196
South Africa
Contact: Valencia Mavundla
0110353000


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Purpose

The Certified Director was launched as a professional designation by the IoDSA in March 2017.  The designation is awarded to aspiring or less experienced directors that have completed Part 1: Training and MCQs and Part 2: Assessment of the Certified Director programme.

CD(SA)s are awarded the professional designation as recognition of their mastery as practicing directors.

The Director Mentoring Circles are aimed at offering aspiring directors and Certified Directors the opportunity to interact with CD(SA)s through an interactive networking session that encourages meaningful engagement and dialogue.

 

Format

CD(SA)s will be invited to host a table of 5 – 8 Certified Directors or aspiring directors.  The host is asked to facilitate a conversation that will address challenges and concerns raised by the participants. 

A guest speaker will do a short presentation (20 minutes) about a current topic that could be included in this conversation.

The event is scheduled from 09:00 – 11:00 at the IoDSA offices in Sandton.

 

Alignment to the Director Competence Framework

They are also intended to develop the personal and social competencies included in the IoDSA Director Competency Framework, namely:

·         PC1: Act in a manner that demonstrates self-knowledge and self-awareness.

·         PC2: Manage self in a manner that contributes to the activities of the board.

·         SC1: Adapt to environmental needs

·      SC2: Interact with fellow board members and management in a manner that is beneficial to the company