Board oversight of C&E programs

Here are slides from a presentation given earlier this week at a meeting of the Society of Corporate Secretaries & Governance Professionals  on how boards (meaning, generally, board committees) should oversee C&E programs. Among other things, the slides discuss C&E officer/board reporting relationships, relevant governance documentation, board training, the four types of data that boards should at least consider asking their companies’ C&E officers to provide and the role of program assessments in an oversight regime.

And, next week I’ll be at the ECOA’s annual conference, speaking on conflicts of interest.  Hope to see you there, but will post the slides afterwards for those who can’t make it.


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