Business Corporate Governance
What you'll learn
- Principles of corporate governance
- Mechanisms and control of corporate governance
- The impact of board diversity on corporate governance
- Appraising boardroom performance
- How to ensure good corporate governance
- Stakeholders of corporate governance
- Codes and guidelines of corporate governance
- Issues of corporate governance
- Examples of corporate governance
- Types of due diligence
- How to implement corporate governance
- Models of corporate governance
- No requirement
Corporate governance involves a set of relationships between a company's management, its board, its shareholders and other stakeholders. Corporate governance also provides the structure through which the objectives of the company are set, and the means of attaining those objectives and monitoring performance are determined. The corporate governance has the key to do the act of externally directing, controlling and evaluating an entity, process and resources. One of the keys to choosing corporate officers is integrity and ethical behavior, integrity should be a fundamental requirement in choosing corporate officers and board members. Organizations should develop a code of conduct for their directors and executives that promote ethical and responsible decision making. Every board can get good reports in what they are doing when they clearly understand the right and equitable treatment of their shareholders, they should respect the right of the shareholders and help them to exercise those rights. In organizations when the right stakeholders and shareholders concerns are taking into consideration, the company must operate fairly and the business improve and grow because the conflict between shareholders and decision makes will be very low, and this helps management to concentrate.
Businesses should avoid choosing leaders who do not know much about the organization, meaning every decision on leadership should be made on competences and not to whom you know, board members should be appraised based on their knowledge and competencies of their field of work and their contribution to the growth and development of the organization. Chief executive officers and board members need to be remunerated high so that they can become more motivated to do the job so that the shareholders can get maximum dividend. Companies must also ensure that they are clearly diversified so that it will have positive impact on their productivity.
Who this course is for:
- CEO, Directors, Managers, consultants, policy makers, employees, business people, company owners, board chair, business students, corporate executives, management consultants, business moguls, financiers, shareholders, stakeholders, government institutions, etc.
My education is centered on business and marketing, I have studied with Chartered Institute of Marketing ( C.I.M-UK) from certificate in marketing, advance certificate in marketing to post graduate diploma in marketing. I proceeded to do master of business administration from central university graduate business school.
I have eighteen years of practical working experience with reputable organisations. The names of these previous organisations I have worked with are Central university Lecturer, Platinum Impex limited, Regional sales/marketing officer, sales/marketing executive, Laine Services Limited. Strict marketing research services chief executive officer/consultant,etc. Iam currently self employed, working as chief executive officer/ consultant of Strict Consult.
I believe in ardent entrepreneurship and always prepare to help business start-up voluntary. In this twenty first century, the customer is king, and every business or student need to understand the customer centric regime. you need the right education and training to understand the customer and deliver to his satisfaction. If you satisfy the customer consistently he will pay your organisation with his loyalty.