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More than twelve years ago the New York Stock Exchange ruled that Boards of Directors should assess themselves annually to help improve their performance and to record the results in the proxy statement. This was a well-intentioned ruling and one which, to the best of our knowledge, has not harmed any company or Board of Directors. To the contrary, the results of this practice have proven how successful it is when properly conducted; but what if it is not? What is actually happening? Why are some Boards successful and others not? What criteria can be used to measure a Board's progress?

NACD New York has assembled some of the best practitioners in the Board Space. They will share their experiences and their observations of what works, what needs to change and what they believe the best practices going forward should be. We will hear their recommendations of how this annual tool should be practiced and learn the resulting benefits of a Board Assessment from the standpoint of:

- Helping Directors do their job
- Improving dialogue between Board and Management
- Getting the Business Model right and doing real Succession Planning
- Board Director Succession, including diversity
- Peer-to-Peer Evaluation; How Directors can add more value to the Board
- Selecting the Board Leader
- Replacing a Director who no longer contributes
- Selecting the ideal Committee Members
- Involving Management in the Board Assessment Process

Member Price: $45
Non-Member Price: $75

 
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Take advantage of leading perspectives and practical, straightforward guidance on the key trends shaping executive and Director compensation. Experienced Board members and compensation experts offer insightful thinking and actionable information to help compensation committees develop pay programs that drive business and leadership strategy.

Member Price: Complimentary
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Please join us as we partner with NIRI for this fireside chat luncheon with Mellody Hobson, President of Ariel Investments.

Member Price: $80
Non-Member Price: $100

 
From Hyatt to Boeing: Leadership in the Boardroom
Apr. 3, 2018
Ft. Lauderdale, FL


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Plan to attend the conversation about leadership in the boardroom featuring Sue Kronick, currently on the board of American Airlines Group, Hyatt Hotels Corporation and a Trustee of the Knight Foundation, and Ron Williams, who currently serves as a director of American Express, The Boeing Company, Johnson & Johnson and Envision Healthcare. The moderator will be Frank Scruggs who serves on the boards of SunTrust Banks, Inc., Guidewell Mutual Holding Corporation and its subsidiary Florida Blue, and the NACD Florida Chapter. Northern Trust will host this event.

Member Price: $50
Non-Member Price: $75

 
04/05/18 San Antonio | Culture Matters
Apr. 5, 2018
San Antonio, TX


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04/05/18 San Antonio | Culture Matters

Member Price: Complimentary
Non-Member Price: $75

 
Political Speech & Governance
Apr. 10, 2018
Philadelphia, PA


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With our country in a period of political polarization not seen perhaps since the years of the Vietnam War, the utterances of a senior executive as well as his/her participation on a politically sensitive advisory board or other activity, which may formerly have been fairly innocuous, can take on an outsized importance and have potentially serious consequences for a company’s brand, relationships with customers, vendors and employees, and its enterprise value. In addition, the erstwhile noncontroversial policies of a company about how to conduct its business may touch upon “litmus test” issues that can be political landmines. How can boards deal proactively with these sensitive issues, and what principles should guide them? How do company codes of ethics, whistleblower hotlines, and other tools of management and governance rate to these issues? Join our panel of experts as we explore an extremely topical – and complicated! – issue.

Member Price: $40
Non-Member Price: $60

 
The Board and Corporate Culture
Apr. 10, 2018
Boston, MA


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Our panel will discuss the role of the board in establishing, building and maintaining a company's culture, how to best work with management leadership and how to recognize when the culture may look and sound good on paper but may be losing its relevance. The panel will also discuss the linkages of the corporate culture to the reward and recognition systems, its business strategy as well the company's operating style and reputation - internally and externally.

Member Price: $60
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A Conversation With James Lam and Michelle Lee

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