Three Areas Where Boards Can Improve Performance
February 10, 2016Ty Francis (EVP & Group Publisher, Ethisphere Institute) joins TK Kerstetter as guest host of “Inside America’s Boardrooms” in a special show to discuss… Three Areas Where Boards Can Improve Performance.
Board Governance Best Practices | Episode Summary
Host TK Kerstetter makes an unprecedented move to the hot seat as he puts the reins in the hands of guest host Ty Francis, EVP and Group Publisher for the Ethisphere Institute. With the questions directed at him, Kerstetter takes full advantage of the opportunity to review three areas where many boards can improve their performance and effectiveness. Topics include board composition & leadership, board evaluations, and shareholder engagement.
Kerstetter also makes reference to PwC’s recent Annual Corporate Directors Survey, which reported that 39% of directors feel that at least one fellow board member should be replaced. With the tables turned, this show promises a great dialogue for corporate directors on improving their board’s performance.
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