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Time to Sell - Perspective and Strategy
Mar. 22, 2017
Charlotte, NC


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From a board perspective, when do you consider the right time to "sell"? Join our panelists Tom Skains, Tim Wielechowski and Walter Wilkinson at the Duke Mansion for a dialogue moderated by Chris Gyves, Womble Carlyle.

Member Price: $40
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Given the increased emphasis on director performance, board evaluations have become commonplace in the boardroom over the last few years. The benefits of the evaluation are clear, including improving performance around identified opportunities, reviewing board composition relative to strategy, and communicating board effectiveness more effectively to shareholders. It is important, however, to periodically reassess the evaluation process to incorporate new leading practices and prevent complacency. Join this webinar to learn how other boards: • Align their evaluation process with the company’s strategy • Incorporate peer-to-peer reviews • Keep board members engaged in the evaluation process

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Please join us for this luncheon where we will have a timely discussion around the topic economic trends and corporate direction integrating political winds.

Member Price: $50
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In order to keep up with industry and global changes, Tech Data recently announced its acquisition of Avnet Technology Solutions, which is expected to close in the first half of 2017 and will make Tech Data the largest company by revenue based in Florida. It will also increase Tech Data's geographic reach from 21 to 35 countries, and has been well received by the market.

Member Price: $50
Non-Member Price: $75

 
NACD Lunch Program - March
Mar. 30, 2017
Pittsburgh, PA


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Matthews' President & CEO Joseph Bartolacci will share the company's remarkable history, its biggest governance challenges and why the 167-year-old, $1.5 billion company will continue to reinvent itself for years to come.

Member Price: $55
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Disruption: The Board's Response..People, Plans and Priorities | One can barely pick up a business periodical or book without encountering the topic of disruption. What is it? Is it a new phenomenon? How is it related to innovation? What are its various forms? What do Boards need to know about it to fulfill their duties?

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Jeff Fromm National Speaker, Author, Futurist and President of FutureCast, a subsidiary of Barkley will energize us with insights into the worlds biggest and most influential generation of consumers. In this quick changing global marketplace, he knows what Boards need to know.

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4/6/17 Houston | Succession Planning and Talent Management Oversight in 2017

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A majority of CEOs foresee more opportunities for their companies in the next three years but also anticipate more threats and heaps of uncertainty. What is the board’s role to prepare for the risks while motivating companies to pursue the opportunities? Crises to a company can come in a variety of forms –personnel, financial, regulatory, natural disasters or outside attacks, to name a few. This peer exchange will focus on the essentials of planning and response. The conversation will be led by two seasoned lawyers, who will also share recent war stories that every director can apply to a current or future situation.

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Given the new administration in Washington and the impending changes to the SEC, some corporate governance rules and disclosure requirements are unlikely to have the same support. We have already seen some requirements under review and potential repeal-- such as those requiring CEO pay ratio disclosure. However, even if regulations change, shareholders are likely to continue to encourage companies to provide substantive disclosure on issues such as company efforts to promote positive social and environmental changes. For example, in his annual letter to S&P 500 CEOs, Blackrock CEO Larry Fink emphasized the importance of corporate stewardship at this time of uncertainty. Fink called on corporations to craft long-term strategies that address the changing global environment, including pay inequity, environmental and social issues, and retirement insecurity for an aging population. State Street also put a spotlight on corporate stewardship in its annual letter to companies in which it invests, urging boards to increase disclosure on their strategic approach to climate change and other key social issues and risk. Most recently, State Street threatened to vote against directors at companies that lack a woman on their board. Join us for this important discussion about how this environment will impact how companies do business, and how their boards need to balance the pressure from shareholders with the changing rules coming out of Washington, and the impact on overall strategy going forward.

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