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Director’s duties, roles and responsibilities – Bristol 30 July 2015

directors duties roles responsibilitiesThe Director’s duties, roles and responsibilities course provides an essential overview of what is required of a company director together with practical steps that can be taken to ensure that the demands are complied with.

This half-day course is aimed at aspiring or newly appointed directors and covers key knowledge about legal duties, roles, responsibilities, strategy and corporate governance that are key foundations for an effective board appointment. It also considers up to date thinking on corporate governance and the responsibilities of owners, the board and employees.

Who should attend?

Aspiring, newly appointed or current directors of companies including owner-managed companies or family businesses in the private, public and voluntary sector.

What to expect?

  • An in-depth view of the key duties, roles and legal responsibilities of directors, corporate governance and the role of the board
  • An appreciation of the crucial differences between management, direction and ownership
  • Practical guidance on avoiding or dealing with conflicts of interest

Course objectives

Participation on this course will provide you with the knowledge to:

  • Clarify the board’s role, purpose and key tasks
  • Understand the legal status of a company
  • Understand the roles directors play and key director relationships in different types of company and context
  • Examine the board’s corporate governance role
  • Define the legal duties and liabilities of individual directors and the board

Course Leader:
David Doughty CDir FIoD

David Doughty - Chartered DirectorThe course is delivered by David Doughty, a Chartered Director and highly experienced Non-Executive, Chief Executive, Chair, Entrepreneur and Business Mentor. David has extensive executive and non-executive experience in small and medium enterprises in private and public sectors. He is also a board level consultant to multi-national organisations and a Chartered Director Ambassador for the Institute of Directors. See his LinkedIn profile here:

Key Details

Duration: 1/2 day
9:00am to 12:30pm
Location:
Orchard Street Business Centre
14 Orchard Street
Bristol BS1 5EH

Price
£165.00 (ex VAT)
Payment with Booking Price £150.00 (ex
VAT)
Partner Discount Price £140.00 (ex VAT)*

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To see course dates and to book your place now follow this link:
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The fee includes refreshments and a copy of the course handbook

Attendance counts as 3 verifiable CPD hours of structured learning

*Discounts on Excellencia course fees are available for:

Social Media for Beginners – Bristol 30 July 2015

Social Media for Beginners
Half-day Workshop

Thursday 30 July 2015, Orchard Street Business Centre, 14 Orchard Street, Bristol BS1 5EH

13:00 to 16:30

  • Are you making the most of Social Media?
  • Is your LinkedIn profile up to date?
  • Are you using Facebook and Twitter to position yourself as a specialist in your field?

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Social Media has dramatically changed the face of career development – it is no longer about simply keeping your CV up to date. If you are employed or running your own business Social Media tools should be at the heart of your career development strategy.

Whether you are embarking on a Portfolio Career or a new full-time role you can increase your chances of success by using LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and other Social Media apps.

Learn what to do and what not to do.

Packed with powerful practical tips and techniques this workshop will unveil the mysteries of Social Media and equip you with all you need to enable you to establish an on-line presence.

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The fee for this ½-day workshop is:

  • £89.00 (+ VAT) for non-members.
  • £79.00 (+ VAT) payment with booking by BACs or PayPal
  • £69.00 (+ VAT) for NEDworks Tier1 members

Places are limited so book on-line today!

Course Leader: David Doughty CDir FIoD FCIM FBCS

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Four (cynical) visions of corporate governance

By Ian Smith , 22 July 2015

Corporate governance. Two words that are just as likely to be invoked by bullish investors wanting blood-letting at the top of a business as by regulators wanting stability among senior directors. In this week’s column I suggest a few alternative visions of corporate governance, mostly through the prism of the UK’s major banks, which are undergoing a period of fundamental change.

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