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5/12/17 Austin | Building Your Director Portfolio

Member Price: Complimentary
Non-Member Price: $75

 
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Social Media - A Director's Friend or Foe

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Activists Are Coming...Are You Ready?
May. 16, 2017
Ft. Lauderdale, FL


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No public company is safe from the scrutiny of its investors. As a result, today's activists and active shareholders have become an important factor impacting corporate boards' governance and decision-making. Learn preparedness strategies and other perspectives from a member of two Fortune 500 public company boards and a national legal expert with an activist defense practice. They will share lessons learned from contests for corporate control and negotiated and contested mergers and acquisitions. The volume of activist activity continues to grow, so make every effort to join your peers for this valuable discussion.

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

 
The Experienced Directors Boot Camp
May. 17, 2017
Boston, MA


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This Boot Camp is designed for currently serving directors of public companies, or larger private companies, who want to hone and update their board leadership skills. Each segment of the Agenda will be led by a public company director, or an industry expert. Attendance will be capped at 25 participants. You MUST be currently serving on a public, or large private company, board to attend this session.

Member Price: $400
Non-Member Price: $500

 
Shareholder Activists
May. 17, 2017
Atlanta, GA


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MAY 17: Shareholder Activists Luncheon program at The Buckhead Club.

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

 
Not-For-Profit Boards: Governance Hot Spots
May. 17, 2017
New York, NY


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Does the intense scrutiny to which public companies are subject apply to not-for-profit entities? Being a director of a not-for-profit organization now carries with the honor of being an ambassador for the organization and possibly a donor, governance responsibilities which in many ways are identical to those of being a director of a public, for profit company. Indeed, as governance issues are becoming more complex and enforcement more rigorous in the public sector, the same issues are creeping into the governance requirements for directors of nonprofits of all sizes. Join our discussion of current developments on a range of issues including board composition, pay practices, cybersecurity and director responsibility.

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Keys to Success for High-Growth Private Companies (and it starts in the boardroom). Please join us for a lively discussion focusing on a few keys to success for high-growth private companies.

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Winning organizations make talent development a top strategic priority. They recognize that people are a critical competitive advantage and one of their organizations' most important resources. Boards have clear oversight duties in talent development, requiring sharp vision and deft leadership.

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How do Directors consider the right strategic allocation to the right sponsorships, charitable giving best practices, and giving ROI considerations? Join us for this informative session.

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