The Board Effectiveness Program (BEP) is designed to get beyond the rhetoric of corporate governance reform, towards building the critical skills that the board members need to have, in order to meet the complexity of today, and to contribute to an effective board that delivers value.
The BEP is designed with useful tools and techniques to take boards and their companies to a higher level of performance. The program puts the finger on a growing problem for boards; the disconnection between directors’ efforts and their results. The added time and attention boards invest is not translating into better governance, the ability to create the future, and add value to the business.
It captures the tried-and-true practices used by high performance boards. In contrast to experts who base prescriptions on number-crunching exercises, the BEP identifies the real problems that drain directors’ time and suppress their best judgment and explains clearly and succinctly how boards can solve those problems.
This program provides the latest thinking and battle-tested solutions from some of the world’s most knowledgeable boardroom veterans on how directors can best make a leadership difference.
These battle-tested solutions help boards achieve what rules and regulations to get succession right, refine a winning strategy, and design a rational CEO compensation package.
It will examine the changing role of boards with some of the world’s most pre-eminent thought leaders on the subject. Participants who currently serve on a board will learn how to improve their board decision making and execution.
The participants will be led by faculty and distinguished practitioners and trusted advisors to some of the world’s most successful CEOs, serving on the boards of Google, Gazprom, World Economic Forum and United Nations.
Through practitioner-led lectures and first-rate networking with other boardroom leaders, participants will discover their own development pathway of success.
In the course of this program you will learn the leading and best practices of effective boards – boards that deliver and outperform.