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Over the last decade the spotlight has been on Directors in the financial services sector. We have seen an increasing willingness to organise formal Board CPD training and have devised a tried and tested approach that is well received.
Unlike professional firms we focus on helping the information to be retained and applied through encouraging debate, providing examples of best (and poor) practice and a workshop style where appropriate.
Our consultants understand the Board environment, the regulatory standards and are superb communicators. They have all worked in the industry and can relate to your business dynamics.
The PRA and FCA are now looking for firms to be able to comment on the competence of the Board and we increasingly find that boards have an appetite to:
- Identify the competencies that board members require
- Analyse where each board member sits against those standards
- Introduce a programme of workshops, training and coaching sessions.
Clients have said that although boards do receive comprehensive briefings from internal experts the perspective from an external facilitator through Board briefings provides useful market intelligence, more debate of the topic and, importantly, challenge, which is easier for someone outside the organisation to make.
To find out more follow the links below:
Tailor made in house Board Briefings
Open Board CPD events
"The course provided me with a succinct and clear understanding of the responsibilities and duties of being a company director. The course will be very helpful to anyone who is thinking of becoming a company director and a useful reminder and an up date to anyone who is already a company director. The Trainer was knowledgeable, interesting and who's humour kept everyone involved the whole time." Alan Milsom, Non-Executive Director
Contact Judy Delaforce at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the requirements of your Board and any in-house board briefing programmes.
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