Boardroom Excellence Through the Eyes of an Award-Winning Director, with Graciela Monteagudo
Defining excellence in the boardroom
Boardroom excellence can come in many forms and to an untrained eye may even go unnoticed. Being an excellent board director takes a lot of preparation and behind-the-scenes efforts which is often not seen by most. To speak on true boardroom excellence, we welcome an award-winning director, Graciela Monteagudo.
Graciela is an experienced independent board member at Fortune 1000 Public and Private Equity backed companies with experience in Nominating & Governance (Chair), Audit/Finance and Compensation Committees. She was recently listed in Hispanic Executive Magazine’s 2020 Best of the Boardroom and currently sits as an independent board director at WD-40 and sits as chair of the nominating and governance committee at ACCO Brands.
In today’s episode, we hear from Graciela and learn from her experiences in the boardroom. She gives us insight into what it means to be an excellent directr. You won’t want to miss this episode of Boardroom Bound.
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