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Overview

​Directors have official responsibilities, but they also tend to conform to the unique culture of their boardroom. Some cultures can promote board effectiveness, but others lead to conflict, complacency or similar counterproductive behaviors. This course explains the concept of boardroom culture through an examination of real board case studies and discusses why directors should understand and monitor their own boardroom cultures.

KEY TOPICS
  • How boardroom cultures develop and how they impact the board's effectiveness.

  • Case studies in boardroom conflict and boardroom complacency and what directors can do to limit threats and risks of a counterproductive culture.

  • How boards deal with risk and other unintended consequences.

CREDITS

NRECA – 1 credit

CEU – 0.6 credits

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$559 per participant

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