Corporate governance is a system of rules, practices and procedures that determine how an organisation or business operates. This enables an organisation to make sure it is always meeting its objectives, while aligning with wider social and environmental issues, balancing the interests of all its stakeholders (shareholders, employees, suppliers, customers and the community), and maximising trust.

Good governance maximises accountability and creates a basis for better decision-making for an organisation as a whole.

John leads a global team at Integrity Governance that is focused on making boards more effective. A boardroom expert working with multinationals, SMEs, trade associations and not-for-profits, he provides practical, impartial advice to directors, business owners, executives and CEOs, to help improve board performance. He has 30 years of experience at director level in the corporate world, having worked at blue chip businesses including: Mars, Schroders and Goldman Sachs.

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