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New program addresses widespread under-training of boards

New program addresses widespread under-training of boards

From high profile director sackings and misuse of customer data, to deceiving shareholders and remuneration that rewards bad behaviour – recent cases have highlighted the need for better corporate governance – and more widespread practical training for boards - making it one of 2019’s hottest topics.
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New program addresses widespread under-training of boards

GGI picks up global award for governance training

Sydney-based Global Governance Initiative (GGI) has taken out Silver in the annual LearnX Live Awards for its new online governance training suite, coming in ahead of tight competition from across the globe. GGI’s Founder and Managing Director Brad Sherringham said, “We spent two years researching, designing and writing the six courses in our suite. The priority was ensuring our content and format was really engaging so that governance could be accessible, practical and easy for people to ‘do’.”
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New program addresses widespread under-training of boards

GGI Media Release: Governance is everyone’s business

Once upon a time, ‘what’ organisations did or achieved was the focus, but it’s no longer enough. The community, customers, employees and regulators are now asking ‘how’ business is being conducted and they expect that the behaviour of directors and executives holds up to scrutiny. Global Governance Initiative (GGI) recently entered the tightly held governance education market and, with a determined focus on removing barriers to entry, is offering practical and accessible online governance training for current and aspiring directors and executives.
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GGI Newsletter 5

GGI Newsletter 5

As boards grapple with what their contribution to corporate culture should look like they often overlook one of the simplest yet most powerful cultural drivers within their grasp: symbolism.
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GGI Newsletter 4

GGI Newsletter 4

"As a sustainability leader I recognised that the engagement I’d get from the board on important issues would be limited if it was not balanced by strong financial, risk and strategic considerations. Governance training will help me maximise the value of those important conversations."
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GGI Newsletter 3

GGI Newsletter 3

As boards grapple with what their contribution to corporate culture should look like they often overlook one of the simplest yet most powerful cultural drivers within their grasp: symbolism.
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