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Crisis readiness has taken on increased importance and urgency for boards and management teams. While management has primary responsibility for crisis readiness and prevention, the board plays a crucial role in understanding and overseeing the company's efforts, particularly crisis prevention; tone at the top, culture, and incentives; and crisis readiness, particularly whether it has a robust response plan. Learn tips and tools from experiences and perspectives on how to navigate these waters and plan ahead.

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Leading Minds of Compensation - East
Apr. 25, 2017
New York, NY


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Discuss the latest executive and director compensation challenges and trends with your fellow committee members and today’s leading compensation experts.

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Boise I Family Business Board
Apr. 25, 2017
Boise, ID


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The board of directors of a family owned or controlled company has a unique set of challenges.

Member Price: $30
Non-Member Price: $40

 
Building the Strategic-Asset Board
Apr. 25, 2017
New York, NY


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The world in which boards operate has been transformed in fundamental ways, including a more complex, volatile, and unpredictable business environment; the proliferation of information; new opportunities and risks coming from technology, megatrends like demographic and environmental change, and unexpected sources of competition; new regulatory requirements; and greater levels of scrutiny from investors and other key stakeholders. It is critical that boards have the right talent seated around the table to respond to these outside forces and to play a role in defining and shifting corporate strategy. Building on NACD’s most recent Blue Ribbon Commission Report on Building the Strategic Asset Board, this half-day event will explore in more depth some key elements of the report. Topics include, communicating with investors, how to effectively work with the CEO and be a true asset to the C-suite, and how to implement a process that ensures continuous development of the board’s skill sets and processes.

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Co-Sponsored in Partnership with UMKC Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership

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A new administration brings with it changes in priorities for the array of parties that scrutinize public and large companies: the plaintiff's bar, the SEC and the DOJ, to name a few. Join us as we dive into these topics and more.

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In collaboration with SecureWorks, this first installment of our Future of the Workforce series will address the human capital challenges companies are likely to face as they increase their dependence on the internet to execute core business functions and grow revenue. During this one-hour webinar we’ll discuss what bench-strength will mean for the interconnected, digital-dependent business, particularly as that increased connectedness opens new avenues for cyber threats and risks. Both cybersecurity and information management skills are in great demand to help mitigate the risks, but a global shortage of cybersecurity talent and the growing complexity of cyber programs together place a heavy cost burden on companies today. What’s more, the increasingly cross-functional approach to managing cybersecurity risk means that formerly technical leaders must evolve into enterprise risk management leaders. Join us to explore some key questions about acquiring and applying the right information security talent to both grow the business and protect critical assets in the future: • Do we have the right information security leader and what is our succession plan? • How can we manage cybersecurity risk more efficiently so that we aren’t caught in an endless loop of hiring and expanding headcount as our security program matures and becomes more complex? • What does the information security and information management workforce of the future look like so we can be planning ahead?

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Open/Joint Meeting with the NACD NJ Chapter - In Conversation with Denise Morrison, CEO of Campbell Soup Company Building the Strategic Asset Board: Focus on the 2016 NACD Blue Ribbon Commission Report The environment in which boards operate today has fundamentally changed, and is likely to continue to change rapidly in the future. Join us for a rare opportunity to hear from one of New Jersey's leading chief corporate executives, Denise Morrison, CEO of Campbell Soup Company. Featured topics expected to be discussed will include communications among the CEO, the Board, and investor activists; moving the needle on diversity; and highlights from the NACD Blue Ribbon Commission report on Building the Strategic-Asset Board. You don't want to miss it!

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