8-9 May 2017

In recent years, the role of Non-Executive Directors (NED), as well as board effectiveness, has significantly gained importance in Turkey. As part of a series of events and programmes since 2009, Odgers Berndtson Turkey has also been organising development programs in conjunction with the Corporate Governance Association of Turkey for existing and aspiring board members.

The seventh edition of two-day "International Board of Directors and Board Dynamics Programme" will be held on 8-9 May 2017 in Istanbul.

Programme Director Murray Steele is a renowned expert in international board practice and strategy. His practical approach, broad experience and communication skills have been much appreciated by previous participants from Turkey's leading corporations.

This interactive program focuses on five broad board-practice areas:

  • Developing Strategy at Executive Board / Board of Directors Level
  • Strategic Decision-Making and Conflict Management
  • Adding Value at Board Level
  • Different Communication Styles and their Significance in Boards Dynamics
  • Team Performance and its Overall Impact on Company Performance

Equally beneficial to Shareholders, Executive and Non-Executive Board Members, CEOs/ General Managers and CXOs/ Assistant General Managers, it includes presentations of international best practices as well as simulations of different scenarios and concrete local and international case studies, to increase participants' effectiveness as existing or aspiring board members as well as help improve overall board dynamics.




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