Governance 201 in Today’s World – Is the Line Shifting?

The pace of change over the past few years has been staggering. The pandemic, geopolitical issues, inflationary pressures, and climate change are just a few challenges that present many implications for governance.
 
Directors across all sectors are experiencing challenges in navigating this rapidly evolving environment. There is a growing expectation on the part of funders, regulators, investors, and others for boards to have stronger oversight of their organizations, which means that the complexity of a director’s role is increasing. Does this mean the “line” between governance and operations is shifting?
 
Join us in this engaging presentation as we explore:
  • What does this evolving governance environment mean for all organizations, and particularly not-for-profits and private companies? 
  • What implications does this have for the fundamentals of governance and the role of a director?
  • How it can be hard to define “the line” in this turbulent environment and some practices for elevating directors’ contributions with this in mind.
Registration Opens:  7:00 am (PT)
Session Start time:  7:30 am (PT)
Session End Time:  9:00 am (PT)
Date
May 4, 2023 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. PT
City
Kelowna, BC
Location
Hotel Eldorado Great Room, 500 Cook Road, V1W 3G9
CEUS
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Price
ICD Members: $40 + gst Non-members: $55 +gst

Speaker

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Manijeh Colabella

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Joy Johnson

President, Simon Fraser University
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