Boardroom Conflicts and Values from an Activist Author, with Cynthia Clark
Learning how to add value to your board
In the boardroom we have to ask how we establish value and assist in generating a prosperous board, but how can you lead a team of board directors through the study of corporate governance? We answer this question and discuss the five most important factors in becoming an effective board member with today’s podcast guest, Cynthia Clark.
In today’s episode, we have an amazing conversation with corporate governance speaker, author, and professor Cynthia Clark as we dive into not only how to establish yourself in a boardroom, but also the five most important aspects of board directing. Having worked at Bentley University and sitting as director of the Geneen Institute of Corporate Governance, Cynthia has decades of experience she gracefully shares with us. We thank her for sharing her knowledge appearing on today’s episode of Boardroom Bound.
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