3.5 hours

What you’ll learn

Good Corporate Governance Reporting

Certificate Fee



Online, self paced

Why is good corporate governance reporting important?

Board members require comprehensive and clear reports to make informed decisions. Effective board reporting is a vital aspect of good governance, and good reporting ensures board reports are both clear and comprehensive.


Good reporting provides management with the information they can rely on when it comes to making decisions.


A well-thought-out report gives board directors the opportunity to hear from different stakeholders.


Effective boards rely on board reports that integrate both financial and non-financial reporting and trends.

Become a smarter and more effective leader. Fully understand the importance good board reporting has on the efficient running of your board.

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What delegates say about our courses:

“The Diploma in Corporate Governance was excellent. It was an eye opener for me and I learnt an immense amount from the course and tutors.”

Raj Kambo


“Excellent programme, content very relevant to existing and aspiring board members. Excellent support provided by the team in CGI and the online format worked very well.”

Audrey Boyde


“There was plenty of help and support available and patience as I engaged and learned. Very much appreciated the materials, delivery, and support.”

David Moore


“Challenging course but well delivered by an excellent team. Course materials very professional and lectures from a high calibre team with vast practical experience.”

John Hennessy


What you will learn

Get a clear understanding of reliable and accurate performance reporting and the critical role it has in keeping directors informed. Learn different reporting formats for directors and know what best practice reporting looks like.

Purpose of reporting

Learn about the need for board reporting and how to go about planning a board meeting.


Explore the many different types of meetings that take place in an organisation.

Conducting meetings

Be clear about the need for ground rules at board meetings and the role of the chair in meetings.

Meeting outcomes

Focus on the operational side of meetings from planning meeting agenda, minute taking, action points and feedback

Looking to deepen your ESG leadership skills and insights?
Discover more about the Diploma in Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG).

How you will apply your learning

Standout as an informed leader who knows how to navigate the changing business landscape.

Recognise the objectives of different types of meetings in an organisation and the information needed to make them function.

Be able to create concise, well-structured board packs that enable boards to assess performance against strategy and business plan.

Understand that the board should take a lead role in determining the information it needs to carry out its role, rather than the executive.

Who will be teaching the course?

Sharon Constançon

Sharon Constançon is an experienced executive and non-executive director. She is CEO of Genius Boards and Genius Methods – the Genius Group, that offers tailored, behaviour and leadership focused board evaluations, training and mentoring services. Sharon is a Chartered Director, Chartered Secretary and has an MBA.

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