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Kick-Starting the Conversation

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According to preliminary data from the 2012-2013 NACD Public Company Governance Survey, top board priorities continue to be strategic planning and oversight, corporate performance and valuation, and risk oversight.

In addition to the foundational areas of oversight, directors have even more responsibilities on their shoulders. Boardroom composition, the constantly evolving risks presented by information technology, and heightened scrutiny on executive compensation packages are just the tip of the iceberg. Regulatory activity has also heated up in recent years as agencies such as the SEC and the PCAOB continually issue new rules affecting corporate governance.

Every year, the NACD Board Leadership Conference convenes directors, business leaders, corporate governance experts, shareholders, and regulators to discuss the issues the boardroom is currently facing and what is just around the corner. This year’s sessions are pulled from today’s headlines, including panels on social media and reputational risk, doing business inChina, and risk and white-collar crime.

To kick-start the conversation ahead of the conference, starting next week, the NACD blog will spotlight key sessions and the speakers scheduled to join us in October. Also pay attention to our Twitter feed and let us know your thoughts—in 140 characters or less—with the hashtag #NACDBLC.

We look forward to hearing from you before the Board Leadership Conference and seeing you at the National Harbor in October.