Board of Directors: Page 3
These are the top five questions founders don't ask their boards, but should.
Make sure advisors truly understand your vision and business and bring real value.
The step-by-step playbook we used to find our newest board member.
The chairman of the board and co-founder of Signature Bank sits down with Jessica Abo to discuss his career and his advice for people considering joining a board.
Toxic cultures of rampant harassment and exclusion result when boards are so focused on profit that they don't care how the money is made.
Sukhinder Singh Cassidy has had a successful career in tech. Her latest venture makes it easier for corporate boards to bring more women to the table.
Do these things to make your board meetings efficient, and extract the best value from your directors.
Take into account the positive impact your potential board can bring you after the transaction. That's when the real fun begins.
One of the myths of a high-performance director is that the time you spend in the boardroom is the beginning and end of your role as a director.
There are two powerful tools that are critical in maximising director performance in the boardroom. Successful directors engage powerfully and purposefully. They can see all the angles, and plan accordingly. They're masters at finding and implementing solutions that suit the specific situation at hand. And they grow exceptional businesses as a result.
Sound advice from a strong board with intimate knowledge of your business can be invaluable to good business strategy and operations.
More importantly, which one do you need for your business?
If you need a razor-sharp eye for detail and the ability to unlock value, bring a Conductor on board.