Corporate directors today face a growing list of oversight responsibilities—from meeting regulatory requirements to providing strategic insights, leadership, and direction to executive teams.
At the upcoming NACD Directorship 100 Forum, corporate directors have a unique opportunity to not only engage with peers, but also to gain fresh perspectives from experts in the boardroom. Held on Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012, in New York City, this event packs a punch—providing numerous leading sessions in just one day.
Tenet HealthCare Chairman and retired Global Chairman and CEO of Deloitte, Ed Kangas, said the NACD Directorship 100 Forum is “the best value in boardroom education.” For directors looking to stay ahead of the curve, Kangas recommends making “it a priority to attend. The selection of speakers and topics are top shelf.”
This event couples exclusive director education and networking sessions with recognition of leading corporate directors during a gala dinner.
Forum speakers include: Ann Fudge, director, General Electric; Ellen Kullman, chairman and CEO, E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company; James Robinson III, director, Coca-Cola; Robert Denham, lead director, Chevron; and David Walker, former U.S. Comptroller General, Governance Accountability Office. Click here to view the full agenda and speakers.
Michael Pocalyko, chairman, TherimuneX Pharmaceuticals and managing director and CEO, Monticello Capital LLC, views the NACD Directorship 100 Forum as a “must-attend event for boardroom leaders who are committed to the directorship profession.” According to Pocalyko, the forum has something for directors of all levels of experience: “From the highly interactive knowledge exchange roundtables, to the timely and relevant panel discussions, even the most experienced directors will walk away with fresh approaches to boardroom leadership.”
Closely following an important presidential election, the forum topic of “Reinvigorating America” is as timely and important as ever. Although seating at this year’s NACD Directorship 100 Forum is limited, there’s still time for you to join us and the “who’s who” of the governance community on Nov. 27, 2012, in New York City.
Register here for an unparalleled opportunity to learn, network, and discuss key issues confronting your board.