The Institute of Directors-Ghana (IoD-Gh) last Thursday, inducted 37 new members into the Institute .This was during an induction ceremony held via video online platform, Zoom.
The ceremony was conducted after an online orientation session for Direct Admissions.
As part of the orientation session, participants were taken through an overview of Corporate Governance.
Lawyer Daniel K. Glymin, the Facilitator for the training took participants through some topical issues in Corporate Governance which included: Board Dynamics; Conflicting roles of the Board; Challenges of a Board and; Features of winning companies.
The rest are: Failing and underperforming Companies; Forces leading to change in Director Performance; Board Ethics and; Shareholder evaluation.
In his induction speech, Mr. Rockson K. Dogbegah, President of the Institute, exhorted inductees to exhibit true ethical leadership especially in the wake of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) pandemic, saying, there would be winners and losers and that to be on the winning side, “you should re- orient yourself, be creative and innovative and get a strong hold on your strategy.
“I congratulate you all for successfully completing the orientation program which is a key requirement for becoming a member of the institute. IoD-Ghana’s mandate is to create awareness on best practices in Corporate Governance and to champion excellence in directorship. This can only be optimized if you become good Ambassadors”, Mr. Dogbegah added.
New members inducted into the Institute include; Samuel Ayitey Aryee (Fellow), Francis Yankey, Mohammed Abdulai Nabila, Nana Esi Idun-Arkhurst, Mercy Odura Nyarko, Frank Yoofi Berle, Perez Fernandez Armah Laryea, Col. Salifu Osumanu, Carl Mensah Ahadzi (Rev.), Patrick Boadi, Isaac Adjin Bonney, Cecilia Quartey (Mrs), Rhoda Saan, Edith Siaw, Alexander Out-Larbi, Matthias Tengan Pogvi, Fati Issaka Koray, Robert Mensah, and Kojo Addo-Kuffour,
The rest are Harriet Attram Yarkey, Prof. William K. Buah, Belinda Tandoh (Ms), Enor Homiah, Ben Amponsah Nkansah, Daniel Kofi Agamah, Dr. Justice R. A. Ayam (NR), Theodora Osseh Senaya, Jacob Plange-Rhule, Dr. Joseph Osei Asantey, Frederick Emmanuel Aryeetey, Esther Afumwaa Mangortey (Mrs.), Forster Kwaku Kusorgbor, Iddrisu Mohammed, Frederick Asamoah, Dr. Alfred Sarbah, Samuel Okyere and Dr. Ernest Ofori Asamoah.