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How to become a Non-Executive Director – London 11 September 2018

Find out hoe to secure your first NED role

Is your board dysfunctional?

Does your board have directors who trust each other, are committed, are comfortable with conflict, hold each other to account and are focused on results?

The Effective Non-Executive Director – London 19 September 2018

Learn how to be a more effective Non-Executive Director

The Effective Executive Director

Improve your performance as an Executive Director

The Effective Non-Executive Director

Learn how to become more effective as a Non-Executive Director

The Effective NHS Non-Executive Director

Improve your performance as an NHS Non-Executive Director

How to Chair a Board effectively

Learn the art of effective Board Chairmanship

Board Evaluation including Director 360

The excellencia Board evaluation - a tailored program of facilitated Board support

Finance for Non-Finance Directors

The essential finance course for all company directors

How to become a Non-Executive Director

Find out how to become a NED on this highly popular 1-day course

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excellencia - your route to Corporate Governance excellence
Excellencia provides Corporate Governance, leadership development and board effectiveness interventions to organisations in the private, public and voluntary sectors. Using a combination of facilitation, coaching, mentoring and training Excellencia supports whole board development for Chairs, Executives and Non-Executive Directors.

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