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High demand for Better Directors Build Better Businesses event

High demand for Better Directors Build Better Businesses event

Friday 24 June 2022

High demand for Better Directors Build Better Businesses event

Friday 24 June 2022


IoD Guernsey has increased the capacity for its Better Directors Build Better Businesses development series, following high demand from members.

The member-only series, sponsored by Aspida, will comprise three seminars focused on the core areas of IoD's Skills & Competency Framework: mindset, skills and knowledge.

The first session, which has received increased capacity, will take place on Monday 27 June and will focus on the external environment in 2022, exploring some of the issues that directors are facing today. 

IoD Guernsey Chair, Wendy Dorey, said it was “encouraging” to see spaces for the series fill up “within hours” of it going live.

“It is a reflection of the positive attitude that Guernsey’s leaders have towards continued development. We’re excited to be able to increase the number of tickets available and help more members update their skills and expand their knowledge,” she said.

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Pictured: The series is open to members of the IoD only.

Aspida Chair, Wayne Bulpitt, added: “We are delighted that the first event in new IoD Better Directors series has proven to be so popular and pleased to extend the number of tickets available so that more people have the chance to attend.

“It’s great to see that so many of our local directors share Aspida’s commitment to continuous professional development.”

The seminars will be presented by IoD tutors, including Dr Simon Haslam, Jean Pousson and David Joel. CPD points will be available to all IoD members who attend. 

More information is available on the IoD website.

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