Managing Conflict in the Boardroom and Beyond
December 12 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm GMT
Start time where you are: 6:00 pm WAT
In today’s ever-evolving business landscape, the role of a Chief Financial Officer extends far beyond the balance sheets and financial reports. The CFO’s relationship with the CEO and Chairperson is pivotal, as it often serves as the keystone for organizational harmony and financial success. This workshop is designed to develop aspiring CFOs and equip existing CFOs with the tools and strategies needed to navigate complex interpersonal dynamics, foster constructive collaboration, challenge boards effectively, and ensure that the CFO’s invaluable contributions to the company are both recognized and maximized.
During this workshop, GrowCFO’s Founder and CEO Dan Wells hosts the fantastic Patrick Dunne. Patrick is the author of “Boards” and has extensive experience of working with boards around the world in the business, public body, education and social sectors. He Chairs board consultancy Boardelta and the charities EY Foundation and ESSA – Education Sub Saharan Africa. He is a Trustee of the Chartered Management Institute, a Visiting Professor at Cranfield and the Founder of Warwick in Africa.
He was a member of the Higgs Review and is a regular contributor to board skills programmes, including the Financial Times Board Director Programme. His executive career was with Air Products and FTSE100 3i Group plc where he was a member of its operating committee. He has a degree in Mathematics and Statistics from Warwick and an MBA from Cranfield.
Join us on this transformative journey as we delve into the art of managing conflict and strengthening crucial alliances within the boardroom and beyond.