Review of The Handbook of Board Governance: Part II, What Makes for a Good Board? Plenty of good practical advice for companies and their boards.
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When I agreed to contribute a chapter to Richard Leblanc’s book, I knew he was an excellent speaker, blogger and teacher. I also suspected he was a good promoter. How else could he attract over 23,000 members to his Linkedin group, Boards & Advisors? But, I never dreamed I’d see The Handbook of Board Governance: A Comprehensive Guide […]
A North American board governance guru, Dr. Richard LeBlanc is put on the hot seat to discuss key steps to creating a great board—and how investors can know how effective their board really is. LeBlanc and host TK Kerstetter talk about board leadership, board assessments, board recruitment and composition. Kerstetter also quizzes LeBlanc about his […]
Watch Dr. Richard Leblanc talk about Proxy Access for boards and how it could be a corporate governance game-changer. CCGC has endorsed proxy access. Dr. Richard LeBlanc discusses democracy in corporate governance. Proxy access is the corporate governance game changer. Business organizations have pushed back but some companies have voluntarily adopted it. “This is the […]
Dr. Richard LeBlanc, author of Inside the Boardroom: How Boards Really Work and the Coming Revolution in Corporate Governance, discusses how to create effective boards. In light of corporate malfeasance in recent years, the governance of corporations has been receiving great attention from regulators, researchers, shareholders, and directors themselves. Based on Richard Leblanc’s in-depth five-year study […]