Good governance is a result of ongoing and effective collaboration between the board and management. Just about every element of that collaboration has been impacted by a multitude of external shocks over the past year – the COVID-19 pandemic, economic uncertainty, social unrest, and more. While organizations experience remote meetings, altered agendas, operational upheaval, and rapid strategic change, the interface between board and management has had to keep pace.In this webinar, delivered in partnership with Passageways, our experts will share insights from research and boardrooms about how boards and managers have adapted to a new level of unpredictability. No two organizations’ experiences have been the same, but this event will give participants an opportunity to learn from real world successes – and areas for improvement.
What we’ve learned – and haven’t learned – from the shift to remote board meetings
Why social interaction may be more important than ever.
Embracing the increased focus on ESG– what can boards and managers do?
Preparing for the next crisis
Board Advisor and Educator at Fullbrook Board Effectiveness
Susan Wolburgh Jenah, JD, ICD.D