Boardroom guide for new directors

July 2010
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Boardroom guide for new directors

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This guide contains five articles to help new directors acclimate to their roles including an article on how to handle the challenges of being a new audit committee chair.

NACD Directorship's 2011 Boardroom guide for new directors, a guide to help directors acclimate to their new roles, includes an article by Catherine Bromilow, partner, PwC's Center for Board Governance, on what you need to know before joining an audit committee.

Securing your first public company board seat: Mission possible: New and seasoned directors met recently to discuss best practices and share experiences.

A performance in three acts: What you need to know before joining an audit committee.

A Dodd-Frank cheat sheet for new directors: A primer for new directors on the new governance and compensation regulations that were introduced by the Dodd-Frank Act.

 

 


2010 Boardroom Guide for New Directors

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NACD Directorship has published its inaugural Boardroom guide for new directors. This guide contains five articles to help new directors acclimate to their roles including an article by Catherine Bromilow, partner, PwC's Center for Board Governance, on how to handle the challenges of being a new audit committee chair.

A message to new directors: The problem occurs when long-term investment decisions are sacrificed in favor of short-term gains.

An orientation for new directors: Preparing for a new board or committee role? Get advice from governance experts: audit insights, a recruiting primer, new comp rules and more.

The renaissance in succession planning and board recruiting: A leading recruiter provides a primer on how to succeed at boardroom succession.

Congratulations, you’re the audit committee chair. Now what? Seven keys to success for a new audit committee chair.

Performance and pay alignment: A top priority for compensation committees: The ABCs of onboarding and educating directors new to the compensation committee.