Training Course Overview
The effective functioning of corporate governance and business ethics are essential and vital for any company. The demand for qualified Corporate Governance and Business Ethics professionals has increased since the subprime crisis of 2008.
This new Anderson training program will assist you gain the skill set and the knowledge necessary to give your career the jump-start you have always wanted. Whether you are in HR, Finance or business management, this training will improve your professional credentials and further expand your education or go onto work in numerous positions that will also put you in line to demand a higher salary or job promotion.
Training Course Objectives
By attending this Anderson training course, delegates will be able to:
- Describe and analyses the main areas of corporate governance frameworks
- Compare as well as contrast approaches to business governance internationally
- Explain and assess the roles as well as duties of executive directors, non-executive directors, auditors as well as organization secretaries in ensuring effective corporate governance
- Recognize the essential role of ethical values and ethical reasoning which are created in ethical theory, and to have the ability to apply these ideas and concepts to certain ethical issues
- Apply the legal and regulatory framework of financial code of conduct to solve business ethical problems
This Anderson training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:
- Current and potential Managers and business leaders at all levels
- Those responsible for developing and leading strategic financial operations
- Professionals in banking, financial services, banking regulatory agencies, consulting firms
- Staff Members responsible for financial controls
- Non finance Managers with financial responsibilities
- HR professionals and consultants
Training Course Outline
Amongst a wide range of valuable topics, the following will be prioritised:
- The theoretical framework of Corporate Governance
- The best practices of Corporate Governance: OECD guidelines
- Corporate Governance Scoring metrics: ISS, TLC, GMI
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Business Ethics and code of conduct
- CSR is a Risk Management Tool
- The 9 principles in Corporate Social Responsibility
- How to create a Code of Conduct ?
- How to develop and implement policies for an effective program?
- Identifying Risks: Social, Environment, Ethical Risks