Corporate governance – meet the trainers
We are blessed with a team of outstanding trainers in this area, who all combine excellent training skills with extensive practical experience of being directors themselves and offering corporate governance consultancy support of one sort or another. They are all very used to delivering training internationally as well as in the UK.
The choice of trainer is entirely yours. You simply need to bear in mind their travel and (if absolutely necessary) accommodation costs, so pick the closest trainer to you or scroll through the list to find a trainer with the specific sector background you’re looking for. If you want some advice on who to choose, just give us a call on 01582 714282. We’re here to help!
David (Brussels) specialises in the provision of training, mentoring and coaching of board directors and senior executives in all aspects of management and corporate governance. He has fifteen years’ experience delivering training to company directors around the world. David is a member of the board of directors of several European companies and from 2000 to 2007 was the Chairman for Continental Europe of the Institute of Directors and a member of the governing Council of the Institute of Directors in the UK. Read more
Paul (Buckinghamshire) is an experienced trainer and a visiting lecturer on the Henley Business School MBA programme. He has more than twenty years’ board-level experience in high-growth businesses, where he had responsibility for board-level strategic and financial planning, corporate governance, investment and acquisition decision-making. Read more
Ralph (London and Scotland) is dual-qualified as both an engineer and an accountant and is also a prolific author. He is a director of several companies including start-ups and charities and was formerly a ‘public member’ of the board of Network Rail. For many years he was involved with the IOD directors’ programmes, including ‘The role of the FD’. Read more
Samantha (Birmingham) is an independent consultant specialising in corporate governance – including narrative reporting and investor relations board evaluations, key messaging sessions with senior executives, governance reviews, gap analysis and best practice benchmarking and investor perception studies, as well as delivering corporate governance training. Read more