All of us have had experiences of meetings that were painful to participate in. Lack of preparation, ineffective facilitation, or inability to move decisions forward can all lead to an ineffective board. With boards charged with a company’s most important strategic matters, no company can afford to waste valuable meeting time. In this discussion, we share practices that happen in real boardrooms that help equip directors to participate and lead to energized and productive debate that feeds 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
With more than 16 years of global corporate finance and capital markets experience gained at industry-leading investment banks, Albert has worked extensively with both publicly listed and privately held companies… 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
Nicole Edmonds is a dynamic and engaging executive leader most recently serving as Assistant Vice President and Corporate Secretary at Washington Gas Light Company where she headed up a team… Read More