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Women on Boards
May. 9, 2018
Bethesda, MD


Member Price: $65
Non-Member Price: $95


“The future of work” is suddenly everywhere--but how can organizations prepare for a future with so many unknowns? We are living through a fundamental transformation in the way we work. Automation is changing the skills workers need, while demographic shifts promise a talent shortage, longer lifespans, and other significant changes that will affect the workplace. At a time when business leaders are wrestling with unprecedented disruption, as well as political and societal upheaval, one of the most transformational shifts will be to the way we work. While there are huge organizational, talent, and HR challenges to overcome, the right strategies can set companies on the path for success. During this webinar, hear perspectives from a panel of directors who will explore findings from PwC’s recent report, “Workforce of the future: The competing forces shaping 2030”and provide insight into how work is changing, how people think the workplace will evolve, and how this will affect their employment prospects and future working lives.

Member Price: Complimentary
Non-Member Price: Complimentary


When is the board leading rather than rubber-stamping? Michael Useem, of the Wharton School at Penn and co-author of the book, Boards that Lead, will discuss the difference between boards that take charge and lead and those that don’t. Professor Useem will highlight real life situations where and how boards have made significant differences. Attendees will receive a signed copy of Boards that Lead. 5:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Networking, Cocktails & Light Dinner 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Program and Q&A, & Book signing

Member Price: $75
Non-Member Price: $90

Virtual Director Professionalism
Dec. 31, 2099


Member Price: $3,995


Join us to hear our panel of directors and experts identify the strategic, operating and governance factors that drive success at private equity-owned companies and how those factors differentiate PE portfolio companies from their public company counterparts. Our discussion will address the most important lessons that public company directors can learn from private equity and how to use these to influence changes in the boardrooms in which they serve.

Panelist Larry Benjamin, Senior Advisor, New Mountain Capital
Ken Hanau, Managing Director, Bain Capital Private Equity
Adam Suttin, Managing Partner, J.W. Childs Associates, L.P.
Moderator Richard DeRose, Managing Director, Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin's New York office

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


Learn how progressive general counsel work with their boards to develop an approach to shareholder engagement that encourages long-term value.

Member Price: Complimentary
Non-Member Price: Complimentary

The NACD Governance Survey Highlights
Jan. 25, 2018
Minneapolis, MN


What do corporate boards plan to prioritize in 2018?

Member Price: $60
Non-Member Price: $95


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


More information about the program coming soon.

Member Price: $49
Non-Member Price: $64

The General Counsel in the Boardroom
May. 8, 2018
Philadelphia, PA


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


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NACD Board Leadership Fellows begin their path of continuous learning and recognition with an NACD Foundation Course: NACD Advanced Director Professionalism or NACD Master Class.

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Earn Skill Credits through NACD webinars, Global Board Leaders' Summit, local Chapters, Virtual Cyber-Risk Certificate, In-Boardroom Programs, and other national events.

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Earn Collaborative Credits by attending NACD Global Board Leaders' Summit, local Chapters, Peer Exchanges, Advisory Councils, Cyber Summit, and other national events.

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