Perspectives from The Directors College
The New Environmental, Social, and Governance Imperative
Long-term value creation and the alignment of strategic objectives with financial objectives and overall success will need to remain the centre of the board’s agenda. In 2019, the issues that should be an integral part of corporate performance measurement are being driven by corporate social and environmental responsibilities and shareholder activism. Your board should understand the link between governance and corporate social responsibility (CS
The Evolution of Corporate Governance in Canada
Corporate scandals, executive misconduct, security breaches, investor activism, environmental and social impact management and the #MeToo movement have been dominating the news in the past few years. In times of rapid change, responsible and sustainable governance around ethics, compliance and fiduciary responsibility becomes more important than ever before.
Canada 2030. Embedding Sustainability Into Corporate Governance
Ms. Strandberg is a sustainability governance specialist, with twenty years experience as a Corporate Director. She is a Faculty Member of The Directors College, conducting the ESG Governance module for its chartered director program, and for Governance Professionals of Canada, conducting the Sustainability Governance module for its chartered governance professionals program. She is a judge for Governance Professionals of Canada for its Sustainability Governance Award.
New partnership agreement between TDC and CAS – New pricing to obtain the reciprocal designation C.Dir. – ASC.
Ten years after the first partnership agreement between The Directors College (TDC) and the Collège des administrateurs de sociétés (CAS), the two institutions have reviewed the terms of their agreement to make amendments to various items including the terms and conditions of obtaining the reciprocal designation C.Dir. – ASC and in particular, the price to obtain the designation.