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Master Class - Governing Ethics & Responsibility

  • 27 May 2015
  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago


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Your company has already come to the conclusion that values and 'the tone from the top' are important. Your company has also decided that it is committed to being a responsible corporate citizen. Even though your board has been saying and confirming this, your board does not, in fact, have explicit policies that are linked to a compelling value proposition that all staff, management, the board, and stakeholders find credible and legitimate. Other than adherence to plans and budgets, your company does not really measure or report results, impacts, and real value generated. 


Nevertheless, the role of your board is to communicate with the shareholders and stakeholders to understand their expectations, to determine the results that company is to achieve, to set the limits within which this is to happen, to approve management’s strategies for achieving these, to monitor that the results are being achieved within the proscribed limits, and to account to the stakeholders the process undertaken and results achieved.


  • How should the board determine its policy as well as drive and monitor performance in connection with environmental and social responsibility?
  • How should the board report and account for its impact on its environmental and social policies?
  • What exactly should the board do in relation to governing the ethics of your company?


Target Audience:

Board members and executives of companies with established CSR and Ethics Programmes. 


What will be covered:

  • Clear and practical framework
  • Tools, case studies, examples
  • Share first hand and practical experience with leading companies (small, large, private, state)
  • Addressing the toughest and most 'hard nosed’ push-backs and questions you will be or are facing - on and off the board


Carlos  Eduardo Lessa Brandão - READ MORE

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