Boards that Lead

Corporate Governance that Builds Value

About Boards that Lead

Chief executives today face a number of challenges in the boardroom, among them: increased regulation, pressure from activist shareholders, and corporate governance reforms. Boards That Lead: Corporate Governance That Builds Value provides practical steps that directors and executives of publicly traded companies can take to make their corporate performance most effective through collaborative leadership.

The program provides intriguing insights into corporate governance, giving directors and C-suite executives the knowledge they need to be high-performing board members that adds significant value to the company. Executives who attend this program gain a new perspective on corporate board governance and what constitutes a strong board while acquiring the skills to more easily collaborate, lead, and motivate each other and management.

WHY BOARDS THAT LEAD

Learn how to improve their leadership and decision-making effectiveness.

When to Take Charge, When to Partner, and When to Stay Out of the Way, this program provides the latest thinking from some of the world’s most knowledgeable boardroom veterans on how directors can best make a leadership difference.

In the programme we will examine the changing role of boards with some of the world’s most preeminent thought leaders on the subject.

Participants who currently serve on a board will learn how to improve their leadership and decision-making effectiveness. Aspiring board members and those whose roles involve extensive contact with directors will get fresh insights on how to partner with boards and build boards that add new value to the company.In sum, this program provides board directors and chief executives with insights and proven strategies to build and lead boards more effectively.

PARTICIPANTS LEAVE THE PROGRAM WITH A RICHER PEER NETWORK, ENHANCED UNDERSTANDING OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE, AND PROVEN STRATEGIC PRINCIPLES THAT THEY CAN APPLY TO ENHANCE THEIR OWN BOARDS.

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