1 Day Corporate Governance Framework® Workshop
22 June'18, Johannesburg
Join Terrance M. Booysen in a 1-day practical Workshop where delegates will be provided insights that assist them to actually build a Corporate Governance Framework® for their company. Cutting past the rhetoric and academic hype, the delegates will spend the day discussing the components and then draft their own Corporate Governance Framework®.
As the governance blue-print of the company, this Workshop provides participants an understanding of the components required for a Corporate Governance Framework®. After the day session, delegates will have a clear understanding of their organisation’s shortfalls. And with this knowledge they will be equipped to rapidly fill the gaps in their respective organisations. By not blue-printing the organisation’s Corporate Governance Framework®, the organisation and its operations will forever be on the back-foot. With the ever-increasing risks and burdening legislation, organisations can be rapidly drawn into the quicksand, where profit making and sustainability becomes more of an illusion than fact. There’s no doubt that business must make profit; and if the organisation’s governance framework is missing or lacking, they should expect the inevitable.
This 1-day Workshop is unique in South Africa. The Workshop is designed to extract maximum value from the lessons learnt at CGF and these are shared with the delegates who are required to direct and manage an organisation through a robust Corporate Governance Framework®. Clearly, when it comes to preparing and compiling a Corporate Governance Framework®, which is a strategically critical document (and process) for any type of organisation, careful attention and an understanding of the business and its risk appetite is required. Getting this framework and its components wrong can have devastating results upon the organisation, not least the organisation’s ability to attract astute investors, directors, employees and customers. This is no ordinary Workshop.
Our training workshops have been awarded 15 Continued Professional Development (‘CPD’) points through the South African Institute of Risk Managers (‘IRMSA’). IRMSA has been recognised by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) as the Professional Body for Risk Management in South Africa and IRMSA is the institute of choice for risk professionals and practitioners in Southern Africa. IRMSA is dedicated to the advancement of the risk management profession and accreditation, through research, promotion, education, training, guidance and strong relationships with other Institutes or Associations. CGF proudly supports the critical role IRMSA fulfils within organisations across South Africa.
The Foundation for the Development of Africa.
Key focus areas:
- Role & functions of the board
- Introduction & context of a Corporate Governance Framework®
- King III / King IV™* position on frameworks
- Components of the framework
- Building & using a framework
- Updating & reporting on a framework
- Role & functions of the board & Cosec within the framework
Who should attend:
This Workshop will have direct bearing upon the following people within listed and private companies, including state-owned entities: Chairmen, Chief Executive Officers, Managing Directors, Directors, Company Secretaries, Financial Directors, Business Continuity Managers, Chief Information Officers, Chief Audit Executives, Internal Auditors, Human Resources, Strategic Planners, Senior business executives whose jobs include governance, risk & compliance (GRC) portfolios, Senior Management from Legal & Compliance and IT.
Randpark Club, Setperk Street, Randpark, Johannesburg, South Africa | GPS: S26’06.862 E27’58.000 | T: +27 (0)11 215 8600 | W: www.randpark.co.za
One full day (22 June 2018) | 08h30-17h00
The fee of R 2,500.00 excluding VAT per delegate (R 2,850.00 including 14% VAT) or R 8,500.00 excluding VAT per table booking of 4 delegates (R 9,690.00 including 14% VAT). This covers tuition for one full day, course material, flash-drive with compilation of easy-referenced governance research material, certificate of attendance, lunch, refreshments and parking.
Please note: The National Treasury announced an increase in Value Added Tax (VAT) from 14% to 15% effective 1 April, 2018. There will therefore be an adjustment to the fee of R 2,875.00 including 15% VAT per delegate or R 9,775.00 including 15% VAT per table booking of 4 delegates effective 1 April, 2018.
For enquiries or registration, please contact Petra on T: +27 (0)11 476 8264 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org
|“Terry knows his stuff and presents it well!”
Rob Jackson (Symbiotics)
|| “Definitely worth attending. Well done!
Would love to attend again.”
Salona Govender (SABRIC)
|| “Very informative and excellent presentation.”
Linda Kempster (Hydraform)
Terrance M. Booysen (CEO: CGF Research Institute (Pty) Ltd) (‘Terry’) is well known for the content he has presented in the acclaimed Governance Beyond Boards® Interventions which has been attended by thousands of delegates across the continent. Through the years of research conducted by CGF, including the experience the company has gained with its many clients, Terry now shares CGF’s knowledge with organisations as to the important reasons of having a Corporate Governance Framework® established within an organisation. In this Workshop, Terry unpacks the practical manner in which a governance framework is approached and built. Delegates are taken through the various stages of building a governance framework, and thereafter are given an opportunity to practice the science behind their own governance frameworks.
Similar to the critical importance for Integrated Reporting, the organisation’s Corporate Governance Framework® will become an even more critical document for shareholders, directors and key stakeholders. The Corporate Governance Framework® is dynamic both as a document and as an assurance process. Its existence within an organisation will -- amongst other reasons -- become a key differentiator for those organisations who are able to attract and retain talented leadership in the organisation’s board and executive leadership, as well as ensure a sustainable business.
Terry is a regular podium presenter and is considered knowledgeable in the practice; having produced many governance, risk and compliance reports and articles over the last 13 years. He is also recognised by the Worldwide Who’s Who® organisation for his business accomplishments and knowledge within the arena of corporate governance. Through this recognition, he forms part of an extensive international network comprised of diverse and talented professionals, helping members to develop strong personal brands in order to distinguish themselves from others in their respective industries.
About CGF Research Institute (Pty) Ltd
CGF offers the most comprehensive research service of its kind to help South African organisations create and implement their own Corporate Governance Framework®. Our products and extensive consulting services are designed to assist all organisations in achieving their objectives of entrenching and complying with appropriate governance, risk and compliance practices.
With clients as diverse as the Liberty Group, Anglo American, the JSE, the National Lotteries Commission, the Government Employees Pension Fund and the Altron Group, CGF and its leading corporate governance solutions have received national and international recognition.
Vote of thanks
CGF is grateful for the fabulous support we have received from Chubb Insurance South Africa, who has generously supported this event.
Chubb Insurance South Africa Limited (Reg. No. 1973/008933/06) is an authorised Financial Services Provider (FSP No. 27176), Ground Floor, The Bridle, Hunts End Office Park, 38 Wierda Road West, Wierda Valley, Sandton, 2196. Chubb Insurance South Africa Limited is a subsidiary of a US parent and Chubb Limited (a NYSE listed company) and part of the Chubb Group of companies. Consequently, Chubb Insurance South Africa Limited is subject to certain US laws and regulations in addition to EU, UN and national sanctions restrictions which may prohibit it from providing cover or paying claims to certain individuals or entities, and from insuring certain types of activities in or connected with certain countries and territories such as, but not limited to, Iran, Syria, North Korea, North Sudan, Cuba and Crimea.
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*Please note that all references in this brochure to the King IV™ Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa for 2016 (King IV™) has been kindly allowed by the Institute of Directors in Southern Africa (‘IoDSA’). The IoDSA owns the intellectual property of King IV™ and the report can be accessed at no cost at: http://www.iodsa.co.za/?page=AboutKingIV)