13 July 2016

•         Why the need for Governance?
•         What does Governance mean?
•         Who is responsible?
•         Where does Governance happen?
•         How does Governance work?
•         When can it go wrong or right?
We are delighted to have Winifred Loh, the Managing Director of the Centre for Non-Profit Leadership (CNPL) share insights and success stories on Corporate Governance and Non-Profit Leadership. 
BoardAgender invites you to join us for an evening of learning, inspiration and networking.

13 July 2016, Wednesday
7pm – 9pm
Venue (courtesy of CFA Society Singapore):
Capital Tower, FTSE Room, Level 9
168 Robinson Road, Singapore 068912

$30 (Members) / $50 (Non-Members)
RSVP by 11 July 2016, Monday
Business women and men are welcome to attend. Registration on a first come, first serve basis:
* Should you have problems with your eNETS payment (which is unfortunately common), please get in touch with us for other payment methods.

700pm     Registration and networking (light refreshment will be served)
730pm     Opening by BoardAgender
740pm     "Corporate Governance and Non-Profit Leadership"
805pm     Sharing of a Success Story
815pm     Q&A
830pm     Session Ends
Speaker’s Bio:

Winifred Loh is the Managing Director at the Centre for Non-Profit Leadership (CNPL). She holds a secondary role in leading the People and Organisation (P&O) team in working with Boards, CEO/Executive Directors and senior management teams of local non-profit organisations (NPOs) to deepen their leadership bench strength, identify governance challenges and facilitate organisational transformations for greater social impact. She has extensive experience in the non-profit sector, having been involved in various capacities for more than 20 years.

At CNPL, she introduced ‘Strategic Conversation’, a tool to facilitate thought partnership with NPO leaders in addressing their organisational challenges. She has conducted Strategic Conversations for over 10 NPOs, ranging from health, sports to social sectors, covering sensitive, in-depth and important issues with Boards and Executive Directors. She is also the lead facilitator of the Pulse Check programme that helps Boards align and analyse their diversity mix, expertise and skills as these NPOs work towards achieving their strategic plans. Read more >>


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Established in September 1987, CFA Society Singapore (formerly known as the Singapore Society of Financial Analysts – SSFA) is a professional society that brings together practitioners in the investment and fund management industry in Singapore. Read more >>


For enquiries, please contact Elizabeth at contact@boardagender.org or 6571 0199