Content & Schedule
During a two-day program, the participants get to know interactively how the Boardroom functions. Here, the focus is on the change in responsibility with regard to the four 'Landscapes' and hence on the change in requirements in both administrative knowledge and the role and skills of the director.
The program includes the most relevant administrative topics, in a combination of short lectures, case studies, interactive discussion, reflection and dialogue with experienced directors. In addition, the participants will have access to preparatory reading material and reference work.
The Young Captains Programme '17 will take place on 31 August and 01 September next at Landgoed Lauswolt in Beetsterzwaag.
The structure of the programme is as follows:
|09.00 —||Arrival and registration|
|10.30 —||Leadership Role & Skills and Organisation/People Management|
|13.30 —||'Governance & Strategy in a Changing Environment'|
|16.00 —||Board Member exposure in the Mediacracy|
|18.00 —||Aperitief, 'Walk & Talk'|
|19.00 —||Fireside speaker|
|20.00 —||Dinner: dinner & dinner speech by Maarten Meijs, Young Captain 2016|
|08.30 —||'Fiduciary duties of a board member'|
|10.45 —||'Value creation from a Capital Markets Perspective'|
|13.30 —||'Risk Management & Compliance'|
|16.00 —||Feedback Session|
|17.00 —||Bon voyage|
'Bilderberg Landgoed Lauswolt' | www.bilderberg.nl/Landgoed-Lauswolt
Participation in the Young Captains Program is exclusively for candidates for the Young Captain Award and there are no costs involved.