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  • 03

    May

    Classroom 2017 NACD New England Director of the Year Awards

    The 11th Annual Director of the Year Awards recognizes leadership and accomplishment of directors in New England. This event is conducted by the only not-for-profit membership organization founded by and for corporate directors. Through a national presence in Washington, D.C. and over 20 active regional chapters across the country, the NACD is the leading organization dedicated to enhancing corporate governance in the United States. The NACD Director of the Year Award has been presented nationally for over 20 years.


  • 09

    May

    Classroom Crisis Management: What Do We Do Now?

    Join us as we learn from our panelists about how to proactively prevent a crisis, how to protect your company's reputation, how to explicitly manage the crisis, and how to define the roles of management and the board in preparing for, and responding to, crises. Our panelists are public company directors who will speak from their personal experiences in dealing with crises, and who will share their war stories.


  • 17

    May

    Classroom The Experienced Directors Boot Camp

    This Boot Camp is designed for currently serving directors of public companies, or larger private companies, who want to hone and update their board leadership skills. Each segment of the Agenda will be led by a public company director, or an industry expert. Attendance will be capped at 25 participants. You MUST be currently serving on a public, or large private company, board to attend this session.


  • 08

    Jun

    Classroom Boot Camp for Aspiring Public Company Directors

    In association with The Boston Club, the NACD New England Chapter presents the Aspiring Public Company Director Boot Camp. This program is designed for individuals who currently sit on large nonprofit boards or private corporate boards; and/or are "C-Suite level", who wish to take the next step toward securing a public company board seat. The discussions of the agenda topics will be led by public company directors, or industry experts. The program will run from registration, beginning at 7:30 am through a networking reception, concluding at 6:30 pm. Continental breakfast, and lunch, will be served.


  • 13

    Jun

    Classroom An Activist on the Doorstep: An Activist on the Board

    Today's activists and active shareholders have expanded far beyond a focus on underperforming companies. There is an evolving need for the boards of public companies to be aware of, and responsive to, their shareholders. Increasing, shareholder value is no longer sufficient. Today's shareholders are interested in governance, social and environmental trends as well as financial returns and want to know where the companies in which they are invested stand on these issues. Furthermore, they are interested in influencing these companies. What is the board supposed to do? This program will cover what directors need to know, how they might go about it, when they should be engaging directly with their shareholders and what happens when a shareholder is not only on the doorstep but sitting in the Boardroom.


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