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Our focus is senior leaders getting to meet other senior leaders while discussing governance matters that relate to public and private companies.
Most of our meetings use a case-centered framework.
Participants are given the case in advance. Once the Zoom meeting starts, participants are randomly assigned to groups of three. They have time to get to know each other and to discuss the case.
The full group is then brought together to discuss the case under the guidance of the person who wrote the case.
Full member discussions are turned into podcasts and are available on boardoptions.com.
July 29. "The Chair Asks for Your Recommendation: Should Overview of Cybersecurity Risk Be Done by the Audie Committee?" Jonathan Brill, former Research Director at Hewlett Packard and Board member at Frost & Sullivan, a global market intelligence firm. Larry Stybel, Vice President of Board Options, Inc.
August 26. Vacation
September 30. "You are Chair of a Public Company Board: Should the Board Fire the CEO/Founder?" Robert Nadel, The Nadel Group.
October 28. "You are the external director of a family business. The CEO-Founder is exhibiting signs of cognitive decline but refuses to discuss it with his daughter. The daughter is COO of the business and comes to you for advice." Barry Fogel, M.D., Brigham & Women’s Hospital. James Toomey, Harvard Law School.
November 18. "This Nonprofit Board Must Confront a New World of Fund Raising?" Astrid Hendren, March of Dimes.
January 27. "The CEO Search is down to two finalists. Their leadership competencies, compensation histories vary widely. What would you do as a Board member?" Susan Malanowski and Rhonda Farrington, The Wilson Group.
March 31. "You Are Trying to Build a Better Board for Your Family Business." David Karofsky, The Family Business Consulting Group.