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Building a Strong Board, Article

An Effective Board – 5 steps to stronger renewal

Teresa Budd addresses the role of the board, individual directors, in-house legal council and corporate secretaries at the Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia’s Corporate Governance 2015 forum. Building… Continue Reading An Effective Board – 5 steps to stronger renewal

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Achieving Alignment & Engagement, Article

Why an engaged Board is a powerful Board (Watson’s 5 tips for building a better board)

…To ensure the right information is provided, schedule a conversation between the board and CEO to discuss the quality and quantity of information that is needed. 4. Seek out and… Continue Reading Why an engaged Board is a powerful Board (Watson’s 5 tips for building a better board)

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Achieving Alignment & Engagement, Article

In the Shadow of Weinstein Woes: How Boards Should Be Thinking About Sexual Harassment

“How should directors respond to the recent high profile cases of sexual harassment cases in the workplace?” The spectre of bullying and sexual harassment in the workplace has been raised… Continue Reading In the Shadow of Weinstein Woes: How Boards Should Be Thinking About Sexual Harassment

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Building a Strong Board, Article

Desperately Seeking Commitment: Expectations of the Board in Chair Succession Planning

CEO, many boards invite the CEO to provide feedback on potential chair candidates and take the feedback into consideration in making their decision. Engage stakeholders. Typically, shareholders and stakeholders are… Continue Reading Desperately Seeking Commitment: Expectations of the Board in Chair Succession Planning

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Achieving Alignment & Engagement, Article

(#1) Chair is an Action, Not a Position

…them in advance with directors and the CEO and listen to their concerns. 5. Shape the information The best board information is comprehensive and balanced, meeting the needs of the… Continue Reading (#1) Chair is an Action, Not a Position

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