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Advanced Corporate Governance

Identify and implement best practice organisational behaviours

This course is recognised by the British Accreditation Council (BAC)

Course Code: M.9
Subject: Management Skills
Course Fee: £4500 + VAT (20%)

Dates for this course:

08 Jul 2019 to 19 Jul 2019 London
07 Oct 2019 to 18 Oct 2019 London


What should the Board of Directors of a major public company be doing? How does its function differ from the day-to-day company management? What is the role of a non-executive director-especially where he or she is sitting on the board of many different companies and cannot give full-time attention to any single organisation? How does a company assess the degree of risk it wishes to take in its operations and who makes the final decision? Who is accountable to whom at the top of our biggest companies? And how does any of this fit together when the government has a major shareholding in the company and appoints the chairman and other directors to the board? This ten-day programme on Advanced Corporate Governance will answer these and many other questions. The training course will look at corporate governance from an international perspective, comparing practice and policy in the UK, the US and a variety of other jurisdictions. The programme will be packed with case studies of how corporate governance functions in different sorts of organisations. By the end of the course delegates will be able to answer the questions posed above, and will be able to give direction to their own organisations about the right way to structure and control their companies.

Who should attend?

Learning Objectives

By the end of the course delegates will be able to:

Course Content

What is Corporate Governance?

Company Directors and Company Boards

Corporate Failure Resulting From Poor Governance

Protecting Shareholders and Other Stakeholders

Corporate Social Responsibility

Strategic Risk Management

Board Committees

Case Studies in Comparative Corporate Governance: BP and News Corporation

International Corporate Governance Approaches

LCTs understanding of different cultures really made us feel at home during the training. The catered lunches, which included halal dishes from the Middle East, were particularly enjoyable. We were also pleased to find out that LCT has a Prayer Room for delegates. I would like to thank you all so much. I will certainly recommend LCT to others.
HR Specialist
Saudi Food and Drugs Authority (SFDA)