While we think of a board as a functioning entity, much of the success of the board relies on the individual behavior of its directors. During this program, we talk about some of the productive and problematic behavior that can show up in the boardroom, and the effect that it can have on board effectiveness. We look at what’s expected of directors from ownership and management, and share examples of the ways that a highly effective director can help to meet or exceed those expectations and make a meaningful contribution to the company’s success.
Mark Trembacki is the founder and Managing Principal of Risk Management Levers, Inc., a consulting firm focused on strategy, risk management, acquisition integration, and change management. He is an adjunct… Read More
David Spitulnik is a successful executive with over 40 years of experience in both large technology companies and in consulting to and leadership of mid-market, closely held and family owned… Read More
With his private practice and in-house experience, Jay Reilly, Counsel at Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP, brings to clients a dual perspective of legal issues facing businesses. He has… Read More
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