Becoming a Non Executive Director

Panel Discussion

Free Seminar

Wednesday 16 November 2011 4.30pm – 6.00pm

Followed by an opportunity for networking until 8.00pm

Radisson Blu Hotel, Broad Quay, Bristol, BS1 4DA

Chair:    David Doughty – Chartered Director, Chief Executive, Chair, Non-Executive Director, Entrepreneur and Business Mentor

 Panellists:

                          Nigel Carter – COO & CFO FTSE 100 Banking Groups

                          Anthony Waller – Director, Waller and Associates Ltd

                          Kevin Jauncey – Director Digiweb and Milamber Group

 

Non-Executive Directors (NEDs) are no longer the preserve of large organisations, with more organisations than ever choosing to flexibly adopt new talent to the board.  The panel will be discussing this new environment by addressing the following topics:

What is it that enables one organisation’s board to deliver its leadership role more effectively than another?

Where leadership truly begins to emerge, there is often a team of people forming a board that have the appropriate mix of knowledge, skill and insight to take the organisation forward. NEDs form a crucial part of that team; exercising impartial & independent judgement.

Additionally, corporate governance is now a high priority for all types of organisation, whether operating in the private, public or third sectors.  The consequences of failure are grave but the rewards for success are high.

Who should attend? This event will focus on routes to becoming a Non-Executive Director, the relationships between Executive and Non-Executive Directors and the benefits to the firm of a strong and balanced Board of Directors. Our speakers will highlight their board experiences, how they have developed a portfolio of non-executive director positions and the impact they make. The discussion will thus be of interest to aspiring NEDs, organisations seeking to appoint NEDs and existing NEDs

This free seminar is organised by Executives Online in conjunction with the Institute of Directors, the University of Exeter Business School who run the IoD Director Development programme in the Region and Executive Transitions

Agenda:

Networking opportunity with delegates & IoD members

4:30pm Registration, drinks and snacks
5:00pm Welcome & Introductions
5:15pm Panel Discussion
6:00pm

DAVID DOUGHTY

David’s current roles include Chair at the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare and the Thames Valley Health Innovation and Education Cluster, together with NED roles at Zynap Hosting, Safe Pair of Hands Ltd and Management Systems Solutions Ltd

NIGEL CARTER 

Nigel is a Chartered Director with a career in financial services and with particular experience in wealth management, private banking, asset management and life assurance. Past roles have included Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer and Business Development Director.

ANTHONY WALLER 
Anthony is a specialist in corporate governance and has recently published a ground breaking report into the relationship between governance and company performance. Through Waller and Associates Ltd, he delivers board performance evaluations and helps SME’s develop and implement growth strategies.

KEVIN JAUNCEY 
Kevin is a senior executive having worked at board level in the Telecoms and IT/ Software market in both PLC and private companies for the last 10 years. A proven track record of growing business, good communication and building strong dynamic teams. He is experienced in raising capital in both the private and public sectors, and delivering strategies based on M&A activity. He has a deep understanding of the Global Communication market, and has developed a strong network of IT and Communication professionals and executives.

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