Becoming a Boardroom Star: What Executives Should Know About Working with Their Boards | Women in the Boardroom

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Becoming a Boardroom Star: What Executives Should Know About Working with Their Boards

It is critical that senior executives develop and maintain a strong and connected relationship with their board. During this event with Beverly Behan, you will learn the following takeaways so you can shine in the boardroom:

 

• The biggest mistakes most executives make in board presentations
• How to score big points with your board before you enter the boardroom
• The #1 thing that makes confident executives stand out in board presentations
• Overcoming time constraints and other boardroom challenges with ease

 

Speaker

Beverly Behan

Date & Time

February 17, 2015
6:00 PM ET

Location

Duane Morris at 1540 Broadway (between 6th & 7th with building entrance on 45th Street)

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About the Speaker

Beverly Behan

President of Board Advisor, LLC

Beverly Behan has worked with over 130 Boards of Directors over the past eighteen years, ranging from recent IPOs to the Fortune 500 – from New York and Toronto to Bogota, Kuala Lumpur and Tel Aviv. She specializes in board effectiveness and CEO succession planning – and increasingly finds herself working with CEOs and senior executives to help THEM be more effective in the boardroom.

Her last book “Great Companies Deserve Great Boards: A CEO’s Guide to the Boardroom” (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011) was named Governance Book of the Year in the United States by Directors & Boards magazine. She has been quoted as an expert in corporate governance by The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, CBS Marketwatch, The Times of London and many other publications. She also served as a regular columnist for Bloomberg BusinessWeek on board related issues (“The Boardroom”) from 2007-2011.

A lawyer with an MBA, Beverly began her work with boards in 1996 after joining the executive compensation group of Mercer Consulting in Canada. In 2000, she was transferred to New York as a partner with Mercer Delta and thereafter focused exclusively on board effectiveness issues. While at Mercer Delta, she co-authored “Building Better Boards: A Blueprint for Effective Governance” (Jossey-Bass, 2005). Beverly then led the Board Effectiveness Practice of the Hay Group, from 2006-9 which enabled her to gain greater international board experience, including work with boards in the middle east, central America and Asia. In 2009, Beverly left the Hay Group to start work on her last book. She continues to take on consulting assignments through her own firm, Board Advisor, LLC, based in New York.

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