Chapters



The Institute of Corporate Directors has 11 chapters across Canada. Each chapter hosts professional development and networking events for members to learn best practices from governance experts and share ideas with their peers.

 

Upcoming National Events


Significant Issues of Importance to Directors

25/09/2017 3:30:00 PM | Toronto
 The role of a Corporate Director continues to evolve in response to changing expectations from regulators, courts, and shareholders and society.  How do boards best direct and focus their efforts to meet these changing expectations and evolving business risks. In this opening session of the 2017/18 season, two high profile and experienced directors will share their personal perspectives and expectations of what is important to them.  You will also have an opportunity to ask them questions that concern you.

The UN Sustainable Development Goals - 17 Goals to Transform our World and the Impact on Boards

26/09/2017 3:30:00 PM | Edmonton
Join our expert panel and moderator for a dynamic session that will highlight the challenges and opportunities of implementing the UN Development Goals in today’s environment. 

Effective Meetings

27/09/2017 7:30:00 AM | Kitchener- Waterloo
How do we make sure that our meetings, the ones for which we are responsible for organizing and conducting, will be in the first category: effective, efficient, relevant and, dare we say, sustainable (that is, attendees, participants and team members will enjoy our sessions and look forward to the next one)?

Effective Meetings

28/09/2017 7:30:00 AM | London
How do we make sure that our meetings, the ones for which we are responsible for organizing and conducting, will be in the first category: effective, efficient, relevant and, dare we say, sustainable (that is, attendees, participants and team members will enjoy our sessions and look forward to the next one)?

Risk Management for Not for Profits

05/10/2017 7:15:00 AM | Victoria
Risk management is on the tip of everyone’s tongue these days, and it is expected that organizations will have a robust risk management strategy. But how do we keep our strategy fresh and meaningful? How do we operationalize it? Should NFPs take a different customized approach?

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