This module (M8) is part of the certification in
Company Secretarial & Governance practice (CGO Certification).
More information about the program is available
Integrity means the respect of a consistent framework of ethical or moral principles based upon a core group of values, beyond formal codes of conduct and regulations. As scandals have decimated share prices and Board credibility, integrity became one of the critical elements of corporate governance that companies are looking to reinforce. As a result, the Board’s approach to integrity has to spread outward from the Boardroom in order to permeate the whole culture of an organization. Indeed, it is more than ever required to be considered nowadays by a Corporate Governance Officer (CGO).
Main learning objectives
On successful completion of this module, by using case studies, master class and self-reflection, participants will be able to:
- Provide a practical framework for understanding and instilling integrity and ethics in the Boardroom;
- Identify how board members can more proactively recognize gaps and risks;
- Help to prevent potential damages linked to failure on integrity; and,
Enhance globally the role of integrity in the Boardroom and the whole organization.