The Healthy Company is a handbook for directors and executives – and those on their way to getting there.
Leading a company today means managing the uses of its resources and relationships and how it deals with the resulting effects over time because these effects will come back to impact the company, negatively or positively, in the future. It is this circle of integrated thinking that is essential to a healthy and sustainable company.
Leigh Roberts is co-author of this book, with Professor Mervyn King. This training is based on this useful reference providing an opportunity for participants to understand, engage and apply the guidance provided.
The training format is flexible and can be tailored to suit your requirements.
It is for an organization’s leaders to learn together, discussing matters of particular concern for their organization, with an expert.
The training will be conducted online and is globally applicable.
The training can take place over an hour, a half day or a full day to suit the needs of boards, executives and senior managers.
When booking through the Good Governance Academy, all attendees will receive certificates of attendance.
Our certificates of attendance are used by most professional associations for continuing professional development purposes.
USD $2,000 – $5,000 depending on specific requirements and duration
Leigh has been deeply involved in integrated reporting in South Africa and internationally since its emergence in 2010. She worked on the development of the International <IR> Framework released in 2013 and its revision in 2021. She has consulted and run board and executive training on integrated reporting internationally and in South Africa and has written numerous publications. Leigh is Chief Executive Officer of the Integrated Reporting Committee of South Africa and is its technical head. She has adjudicated for integrated reporting awards, is a Chartered Accountant and an award-winning business journalist in print and television.
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