Corporate Governance for Start-UPs

Participation in this course meets the recommended best practice for continuing directors education prescribed in the Revised Corporation Code of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

ICD is a Civil Service Commission (CSC) Accredited Learning and Development Institution.

Many start-up founders are often at a loss as to how their corporate boards can truly add value to their businesses. This one-day corporate governance program provides both a comprehensive and practical roadmap as to how start-up firms can build corporate boards that truly perform and create value. Internationally-benchmarked but fully adapted to the local context, participants will be loaded with practical take-aways as they address the following key themes:

 

Value: WHAT value-added can a corporate board contribute to a start-up business?

Capability: WHO should be on a start-up’s board and how can they best be supported?

Focus: HOW can a start-up board best exercise collaborative leadership?

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Start-up founders creating or building their first working boards

Emerging business leaders

exploring career opportunities

in corporate governance

Members of corporate boards seeking

to go back to the basics and review international benchmarks for

board effectiveness

COURSE CURRICULUM AND PROGRAM FLOW

MODULE 1 (09:00 AM TO 10:30 AM) – VALUE

 

   Value: WHAT value-added can a corporate board contribute to a start-up business?

   ○  The Business Case for Working Boards

   ○  The Seven Fundamental Roles of Corporate Boards

   ○  Approaches to Board & Director Assessment

 

MODULE 2 (10:30 AM TO 11:30 AM) – CAPABILITY

 

   Capability: WHO should be on a start-up’s board and how can they best be supported?

 

   ○  Designing & Developing A Working Board for Start-Ups

   ○  Recruiting and Compensating Board Directors

   ○  Leveraging Effectiveness Through Board Committees

 

LUNCH (11:30 AM TO 1:00 PM)

 

MODULE 3 (1:00 PM TO 3:00 PM) – FOCUS

 

   Focus: HOW can a start-up board best exercise collaborative leadership?

 

   ○  When the Board Should Lead Management

   ○  When the Board Should Work with Management

   ○  When the Board Should Oversee & Support Management

   ○  In Summary: The Ten Key Questions All Boards Need to Keep Asking

 

MODULE 4 (3:15 PM TO 4:45 PM) – ICD CORPORATE GOVERNANCE ORIENTATION

REGISTRATION DETAILS

REGISTRATION FEE

PHP 13,600.00

inclusive of VAT

DISCOUNTS

 

    5% if referred by an ICD Member

     5% group discount for at least

       3 enrollees together

Click on the dates below to register:

04 MAR 2020

03 JUN 2020

02 SEPT 2020

05 NOV 2020

PAYMENT DEADLINES

Q1

28 February 2020, Friday for 04 March 2020 run

Q2

29 May 2020, Friday for 02 June 2020 run

Q3

28 August 2020, Friday for 03 September 2020 run

Q4

30 October 2020, Friday for 05 November 2020 run

PAYMENT DETAILS

 

You may pay the registration thru:

 

  ○ Bills payment facility at any Union Bank of the Philippines branch

  Check payable to the Institute of Corporate Directors, Inc.

  Credit card payment (JCB, MasterCard, Visa, or UnionPay)

 

Check and credit card payments can be made directly at the ICD office

or at the venue during the day of the training.

 

Certificates of attendance are issued to participants who have completed the course and have fully settled their course fees.

 

An official receipt will be issued to you as soon as we receive your payment. When using the bills payment facility, please email a scanned copy of the deposit slip to kbernardo@icd.ph.

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