NACD’s world-renowned Director Professionalism® foundation course in boardroom fundamentals will convene new and aspiring public company directors in Music City, USA.
Through panel discussions, case studies, and keynote presentations with experienced directors, you’ll benefitfrom real-world and real-time insights into board effectiveness and the evolving role of key committees in today's dynamic business environment.
Small-group peer exchanges will offer dynamic Q&A on the unique governance challenges and emerging issues facing public, private, and nonprofit boards—and ample time for networking.
Attending NACD Director Professionalism makes a strong statement to stakeholders about your dedication to the highest standards of director professionalism and begins your path toward NACD Governance Fellowship—The Gold Standard Director Credential®.
Roles and Responsibilities of the Board Member
Fiduciary Duties of Corporate Boards
The Board's Operating Model
Concurrent Governance Breakouts:
Private Company: Developing Effective Boards
Nonprofit Governance: Notable Trends and Best Practices
Best Practices for Investor and Shareholder Engagement
The Nominating and Governance Committee: New Challenges and Opportunities in Board Composition
Adding Value through the Compensation Committee
Concurrent Audit Committee Breakouts:
Public Company Audit Committee
Audit Oversight for Private Companies
Strategy From a Board Perspective
Omni Hotel Nashville
250 5th Ave S
NACD has reserved a block of guestrooms at the Omni Hotel at the group rate of $349/night, plus applicable taxes (15.25% +$2.50). To make reservations, please contact the hotel at 1-800-843-6664. When reserving guestrooms via phone, you will need to reference “NACD” to receive the discounted rate. The rate will be available until February 21, 2019, or until sold out.
Program Level: Intermediate Delivery Method: Group-Live Prerequisites: Attendees must have an NACD membership and an in-depth understanding of corporate governance. Advanced Preparation: Materials will be sent to all participants to read before the course.