Categories: Events 2017
Certified Board Secretary Workshop
Introduction to Corporate Governance (DDP - Part 1)
Categories: Director Development Programme
The Board (DDP - Part 2)
Introduction to Corporate Governance (DDP - Part 1) - Arabic
The Board (DDP - Part 2) - Arabic
Strategic Leadership (DDP - Part 3)
Financial Stewardship, Accountability & Planning (DDP - Part 4)
Strategic Leadership (DDP - Part 3) - Arabic
Financial Stewardship, Accountability & Planning (DDP - Part 4) - Arabic
All companies should promote their boards, executive managers or staffs who have board responsibilities for subsidiary companies to attend corporate governance training. Hawkamah provides the ability for people and companies in the GCC to upskill in the area of corporate governance and directorship through a comprehensive programme teaching international best practice which has been tailored to regional specific governance issues.
I am truly honored to attain this certification and I recommend the Compliance Heads of all DFM listed companies to participate and achieve this certification.
The workshop has added a level of professionalism to my practice. It addressed and discussed the right concepts to promote better governance and effective support for business in line with rules and procedures.
A very interesting and informative course which has helped me to adapt my Board Secretary knowledge further to my role as Company Secretary.
Anyone who wants to enter the world of boards and governance; this is your passport.
The Directors Development Program was one of the most beneficial programs I attend during my career life. The strength of the program comes from the way it was structured as each part covered very important aspects of the required management role.
The DDP offered by the Hawkamah Institute is an excellent course to prepare directors to understand and fulfil their obligations properly as members of the board. I have benefitted immensely from this program and have started to implement some of the best practices taught on the boards that I am involved in.