Join peers and get insight from board members, investors and experts on the Future of Good Corporate Governance

Register For Session – The Future of Good Corporate Governance

November 19th, 11-12:30 pm EDT

Register For Full Certificate Program – Non-Board Members

Nov 12th – Apr 28th, 2020

Register For Full Certificate Program – Board Members

Nov 13th – Apr 29th, 2020

Why You Should Attend This Session

• Gain insight into the future of good corporate governance

• Receive summarized critical insight in pre-course videos, readings, a case study and a 90-min interactive session

• Join from anywhere to hear the experience of sought-after speakers 


  • A summary of the previous weekly topics (including SDGs, Climate, ESG, Diversity, Human Rights and Supply Chain, Responsible Use of Data and Cybersecurity, Anti-Corruption and Transparency, and Tax, Investment and Pay) and what they mean for the future of good governance
  • Expectations for companies and boards to maintain their license to operate and grow in the near and distant future

Receive the Following Preparation Materials

  • An Insight Video – Featuring clips from over 40 interviews with global leaders 
  • A Guest Speaker Video featuring Paul Druckman – Chair, World Benchmarking Alliance, Corporate Reporting Council, and Clear Insurance Management, Board Member, Shift, Founding CEO, International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC); Former Executive Chair, Accounting for Sustainability; Former Board Member, UK Financial Reporting Council, and Former President, Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales
  • A podcast featuring Mervyn E. King – Chair Emeritus, International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) and Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), Former Chair, United Nations Committee on Governance and Oversight
  • A case study to be discussed with peers during the session
  • Recommended readings, reports, frameworks, tools, etc.
  • A list of questions to help you understand and evaluate whether management’s approaches appropriately consider the changing risks and opportunities

* Those attending select sessions are not eligible for the Competent Boards Certificate. Should you attend 8+ sessions you can receive the certificate for an additional fee.