TEXEM to hold master class on board organisation
United Kingdom-based, Executive education provider, TEXEM, has concluded plans to hold a two-day Master Class on how to create and run an effective board and directors.
The class, which is slated for April 10 and 11 in Lagos, is expected to be coordinated by former Dean and Professor Emeritus of Cass Business School London, Prof. Andrew Chambers, who is passionate about stimulating better board performance and has chaired many boards.
The two-day value adding master class is based on research that has revealed that many boards are faced with complex challenges relating to how they can effectively offer risk management oversight, drive innovation in this digital age, and provide strategic direction.
Participants are expected to gain valuable, practical and relevant insights into appropriate measures and approaches needed to have a positive impact on boards and how to implement these measures.
Chief Executive Officer, TEXEM, Dr Alim Abubakre, said the programme is designed and tailored to address the volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous operating landscape in which decision-makers have to do more with less, survive and develop profitable growth, and or excellent service delivery.
Abubakre said organisations will develop knowledge and attitude towards the boards’ role; greater self-starting board director, and give directions to members; more effective teams; increased creativity and innovation at all levels and higher personal and group morale due to improving communication skills.
He said the two-day Master Class will be highly interactive with several presentations by Chambers, followed by group and plenary discussions on case studies based on real-life events.
The Master Class curriculum is designed to reflect core issues related to boards such as accountability, transparency, and strategic leadership. Essentially, delegates will leave the Master Class with a profound appreciation of crucial elements of creating and running a successful Board.
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