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You're sure to find one of our on-demand resources to meet your continuous professional development requirements in e-Learning, incorporating audio, visual and text based information. Build your business knowledge further with these great resources.

Choose from a growing list of Learning Modules, listen to over 30 business titles in the Audio Seminar Library or pick up great ideas and best practice when you read Business Book Extracts written by popular contributors to our Expert Talk section.

Featured E-Learning Content

Business Book Extract: Truth. Growth. Repeat.

Purpose is the new black in business, but it's already being dangerously misunderstood by company owners the world over. It's not about brand image,... READ MORE

Business Book Extract: Unicorn Tears

Unicorn Tears is the ultimate guide to avoiding startup failure. READ MORE

Business Book Extract: Integrate

Work-life balance is a MYTH! It has never worked! And it certainly does not work in the 21st Century when technology and the global nature of... READ MORE

Business Book Extract: Traction

Based on the NeuroTREAD™ model, how to Think, Regulate, Engage, Adapt and Develop with the brain in mind. READ MORE


Top CEO Issues

Top CEO Issues | CEO considerations

Corporate leadership

Here's a snapshot of some of the key points discussed on this topic by CEOs and business leaders:

  • CEOs | Measures of successful CEOs | CEO attributes and employment opportunities | The career path for future CEOs - navigating within current organisation or externally | Long term planning for organisational renewal | Approaches for establishing relationship with a new Chair of the Board | What keeps you up at night?
  • Boards | Rules and responsibilities for Advisory Boards - who should be on them; What versus How (Advisory Boards look at what, management looks at how) | Risks, obligations and protections for directors and senior officers | Managing the resignation of directors | Should major shareholders be directors or work in the business? - usually the most avid supporters; access to potential customers; but may not be the right people to take company to next level
  • Stakeholders | Checking shareholder agreements to get everyone inside the tent | Bringing in managers / executives as shareholders or phantom shareholders | Vendor finance for key staff to take up equity as part of exit strategy | Understanding the risk profiles of key stakeholders | Identifying and approaching potential partners | Non-performing partners / directors 

e-Learning Sections

Top CEO Issues

Top CEO Issues features a snapshot of the Top Issues discussed by CEOs and...

Business Book Extracts

Read extracts from top business books written by IIDM's network of...

Learning Modules

Expand your leadership skills with these practical and easy-to-apply...

Video Seminars

Watch interview style videos of your favourite IIDM contributors outlining...

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