Corporate governance is critically important because it creates a system of rules and practices that determine how a company operates and how it aligns the interest of all its stakeholders. Good corporate governance leads to ethical business practices, which leads to financial viability.
Lisa Coletta, Corporate Governance Change Leader, will outline the eight critical corporate governance objectives, which includes maximizing transparency, protecting stakeholder interests, attracting investors, and promoting accountability to mitigating risks, ensuring compliance and improving efficiency and corporate social responsibility.
Today, we’re going to discuss how having great governance frameworks alleviates many pain points that leaders experience. Having worked in both the private and public sector with a career that spans well over two decades in governance at varying levels, Lisa has defined, rejuvenated and co-created governance frameworks and processes that enable effective decision-making at the highest levels of an organization.