The Effective Non-Executive Director Programme

Hong Kong | Starting 19 Jun 2017


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The Effective Non-Executive Director Programme is a two day intensive course aimed at both new and existing non-executive directors. This workshop covers in detail the role of a NED as well as the behavioural aspects of the role. It will also help you with how to make an effective contribution to the board.

  • The Legal Responsibilities of an NED
  • Corporate Governance
  • The Role of the Remuneration Committee
  • The Role of the Audit Committee
  • Finding an NED position
  • Characteristics of Effective Boards
  • Boardroom Dynamics
  • Personal Behaviour in the Boardroom
  • Characteristics of Effective Non-Executive Directors
  • Strategic Thinking for NEDs

Delegates to this highly interactive event benefit from having the opportunity to interact with leading experts on these topics and hear a personal view from experienced non-executive directors.

Spaces for this workshop are limited, this is to ensure that each delegate benefits from the practical sessions and can make the most of the networking opportunities.

Past delegates have included senior executives from Coca Cola, AstraZeneca, Waitrose, National Express, Emirates and RBS.

Agenda - 19th June 2017

  • 08:30am
    Registration & Coffee
  • 09:00am
    Welcome and personal introductions
  • 09:30am
    The Legal Responsibilities of an NED
  • 11:15am
    Corporate Governance
  • 13:30pm
    Governance Case Study
  • 15:00pm
    The Role of the Remuneration Committee
  • 16:30pm
    The Role of the Audit Committee
  • 17:45pm
    Guest speaker
  • 18:30pm
    Networking Drinks Reception

Agenda - 20th June 2017

  • 08:30am
    Characteristics of effective boards
  • 10:00am
    Boardroom dynamics
  • 12:00pm
    Personal behaviour in the boardroom
  • 13:30pm
    Characteristics of effective non-executive directors
  • 15:00pm
    Case study
  • 16:00pm
    Strategic thinking for NEDs
  • 16:45pm
    Final questions - Review of the programme


  • AIA Hong Kong
    33/F, AIA Central, No. 1 Connaught Road Central, Hong Kong



    Hannah Carmichael
    Programme Director, NED Asia
    Financial Times

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