Advancing exemplary board leadership - for directors, by directors.
The NACD New Jersey Chapter provides educational programs for board members,
prospective board members, and CEOs. Our meetings focus on both the practical aspects of board service and the latest developments in leading practices and corporate governance. Attendees include directors and senior executives from New Jersey based public and private companies, as well as nonprofit organizations.
Small, micro and nano companies are subject to the same stresses on governance from the investment community, activists, proxy advisors and regulators as large companies but often are challenged for resources. Join us for a highly interactive session that is designed to provide practical guidance for directors and C-suite officers of small, micro and nano cap public companies on topics such as:
Greater effectiveness in your institutional shareholder relations
Recognizing an activist in your midst
Responding to a proxy campaign
Dealing with proxy advisors
Attracting and retaining qualified directors
Getting analyst attention
Engaging the right advisors
You'll hear from our panel of experts and also have an opportunity to network with other companies of similar size and take away useful contacts and materials targeted to your segment of the
Global policy and regulatory trends are impacting business strategy and necessitating improved risk mitigation efforts in organizations of all sizes. As companies manage existing products and services and seek new channels for growth, they need to fully understand the policy landscape and monitor the political environment impacting their business. The key question becomes: how do you navigate growth in an uncertain policy environment?
Carl Holshouser, a leader in PwCâ€™s Strategic Policy Advisers Group, will address how businesses should proactively identify and manage emerging policy, regulatory, and legislative issues that could directly impact business growth. The discussion will explore how organizations can establish governance, processes, and metrics to create and measure effective Government & Regulatory Affairs, Public Affairs, and Compliance organizations that are rapidly addressing new risks; and how to imbed policy, regulatory, and legislative information into Product, Sales, and Engineering teams as products and services are rolled out.
The Report of the NACD Blue Ribbon Commission Fit for the Future:
Changes involving markets, global competition, demographics, regulation and perhaps above all, technology are reshaping social and economic life in powerful ways. Businesses are confronting a wave of major, simultaneous, and interconnected trends that are redefining how companies create and preserve value.
The Report of the NACD Blue Ribbon Commission Fit for the Future is about leading boards into the future and about positioning boards to help their companies meet the challenges of the future.
Youâ€™ll hear from Commissioners Whalen and Winston as to the conclusions the Commissioners reached regarding what will assist boards in identifying and developing leaders capable of renewing the boardâ€™s human capital, of adapting board structures and operations, and of delivering incisive board oversight and engagement on critical long-term issues, while demonstrating transparency and accountability.