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You may have heard about blockchain but don't understand why you and your businesses should care. Attend the February 15 session and hear experts give non-technical explanations of why blockchain may revolutionize how businesses operate and even be the difference between success and failure. The blockchain "train" has already left the station and no director can afford to be left behind. 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Networking & Cocktails/Buffet Dinner 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. - Program and Q&A

Member Price: $50
Non-Member Price: $65

 
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When is the board leading rather than rubber-stamping? Michael Useem, of the Wharton School at Penn and co-author of the book, Boards that Lead, will discuss the difference between boards that take charge and lead and those that don’t. Professor Useem will highlight real life situations where and how boards have made significant differences. Attendees will receive a signed copy of Boards that Lead. 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Networking, Cocktails & Light Dinner 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Program and Q&A, & Book signing

Member Price: $75
Non-Member Price: $90

 
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Wells Fargo: A Case Study for Bank Board Directors presented by Duke Law

Member Price: $20
Non-Member Price: $50

 
Culture as a Strategic Asset
Feb. 20, 2018
Charlotte, NC


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Researchers have explored the link between corporate culture and performance, and the key takeaway is: Healthy cultures pay off. The oversight of culture is, by definition, a key board responsibility - the 2017 NACD Blue Ribbon Panel report on Culture is a call to action for directors to elevate the dialogue on culture (including culture in the boardroom) and help their organizations translate values into value. Please join Mike McGuire, CEO, Grant Thornton LLP for an evening exploring guidance and tools for directors on this topic.

Member Price: $40
Non-Member Price: $60

 
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This program will be simulcast from Kansas City to St. Louis.

Member Price: $35
Non-Member Price: $45

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The program will include NACD National executive leadership and local Heartland Chapter members who attended the Global Board Leaders' Summit in National Harbor, MD, in October.

Member Price: $35
Non-Member Price: $45

 
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A Director only Peer Exchange offering being held in Kansas City on February 12.

Member Price: $35

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A roundtable discussion to understand the unique perspective and responsibilities of directors who are both directors and significant investors/representatives of significant investors.

Member Price: $60

 
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Culture is more than perks for employees or cool corporate office environments. Corporate culture has a key role in developing powerful, successful and sustainable companies that create lasting value.

Member Price: $60
Non-Member Price: $95

 
Sustainability
May. 8, 2018
Minneapolis, MN


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Save the Date! Sustainability will be the topic for this programs. Details to follow.

Member Price: $60
Non-Member Price: $95

 

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NACD Board Leadership Fellowship

NACD Board Leadership Fellows begin their path of continuous learning and recognition with an NACD Foundation Course: NACD Advanced Director Professionalism or NACD Master Class.

Elevate your board leadership competencies, stay ahead of emerging issues, and gain recognition for your commitment to continuous learning. Embark on your NACD Board Leadership Fellowship path today.

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NACD Governance Fellowship

NACD Governance Fellows begin their path of continuous learning and recognition with an NACD Foundation Course: NACD Director Professionalism.

Build your knowledge of corporate governance on a solid foundation, stay ahead of emerging issues, and gain recognition for your commitment to continuous learning. Embark on your NACD Governance Fellowship path today.

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Skill Credits heighten expertise, teach a new skill, and improve productivity in the boardroom.

Earn Skill Credits through NACD webinars, Global Board Leaders' Summit, local Chapters, Virtual Cyber-Risk Certificate, In-Boardroom Programs, and other national events.

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Collaborative Credits inform with outside perspectives, are more interactive, and provide outstanding networking.

Earn Collaborative Credits by attending NACD Global Board Leaders' Summit, local Chapters, Peer Exchanges, Advisory Councils, Cyber Summit, and other national events.

NACD Governance Fellows earn 4 Skill and/or Collaborative Credits annually.

NACD Board Leadership Fellows earn 6 Skill and 4 Collaborative Credits annually.