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Board of Directors Boot Camp - Building an Independent Board

Building an Independent Board

When private companies move from a “paper board” (a/k/a owner-only board) to the inclusion of independent directors, it can be a big shift in the status quo. Working through a process and making good decisions on some key common issues can help prevent headaches down the road and set the new board on course. In this webinar, through discussion with expert consultants and experienced directors, we talk about how companies create effective boards from the ground up, discuss the differences between advisory and fiduciary directors, and how to select the right talent for the new board.


Webinar Faculty

Moderator:

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Kristi Daeda

Kristi Daeda is Vice President at The Family Business Consulting Group. Kristi leads a variety of practice areas for The Family Business Consulting Group including the firm's governance and board… Read More

Panelists:

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Bob Lindeman

Bob Lindeman is a Managing Director with The Overture Group. Bob’s consulting experience includes 25 years as a partner at RSM McGladrey, a major national accounting and consulting firm, performing… Read More

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Chris Anderson

Chris Anderson is an accomplished senior executive with both public and private board experience. As a senior executive, he has been accountable for leading a highly diversified $1.2 billion company. Chris… Read More

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David Eaton

David Eaton concentrates his practice in the representation of debtors, financial institutions, bondholders, unsecured creditors and committees, in financial restructuring matters and bankruptcy planning, negotiation and litigation. He also represents… Read More

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Otis Baskin

A consultant of The Family Business Consulting Group, Otis Baskin brings extensive international experience to his focus on management and governance/decision-making issues in family businesses. He has worked with family-owned… Read More

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