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Let 2020 be a year of ambition and optimism

By Gordon Milligan, Chairman, Institute of Directors (IoD) Northern Ireland Just like that, we have reached the final day of 2019 and what a year it has been. With not one, but two Brexit dates coming and going, and the complete lack of comings and goings at Stormont, there has been one word that has…

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IoD Academy NI launch: ‘Good governance is about more than regulation and corporate law’

: The new IoD Academy NI, aimed at setting new standards of excellence among Northern Ireland’s business leaders, has been officially launched. IoD Corporate Governance Analyst James Jarvis pictured with, from left, Emma Jayne Mawhinney, IoD Academy NI Business Development Manager and Elaine O’Neill, IoD NI Programme Director, told the launch that increasing complexity of the role of modern directors and heightened public interest illustrated that “there’s never been a better time to invest in professional development”. The Academy will provide a broad range of courses to enhance the skills of local directors such as the role of a director and the board, finance for non-financial managers, strategy, and leadership for directors as well as offering the flagship Chartered Director qualification. For more information, visit www.iod.com/academyni or call 028 9091 2829 or email Emma Jayne Mawhinney EmmaJayne.Mawhinney@iod.com

Increasing complexity of the role of modern directors and the heightened public interest illustrates that “there’s never been a better time to invest in professional development” a leading Corporate Governance expert has said. The Institute of Directors (IoD) Corporate Governance Analyst James Jarvis, was speaking as the organisation launched the IoD Academy in Northern Ireland…

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Institute of Directors Northern Ireland expands

The Institute of Directors Northern Ireland (IoD NI) has expanded with the addition of two new jobs and the opening of a new office in Belfast city centre. Pictured with IoD NI chairman Ian Sheppard are, from left, Emma Jayne Mawhinney, Business Development Manager for Professional Development, and Dr Elaine O’Neill, who joins IoD NI as Programme Director. The new roles, which bring the overall number employed by the leading business organisation to five, are focused on growing the IoD’s learning and professional development offering. The IoD NI, which will continue to be headquartered at Riddel Hall, has also taken new space at the Scottish Provident Building on Donegall Square West to facilitate the expansion.

The Institute of Directors Northern Ireland (IoD NI) has expanded with the addition of two new jobs and the opening of a new office in Belfast city centre. The new roles, which bring the overall number employed by the leading business organisation to five, are focused on growing the IoD’s learning and professional development offering.…

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