Why are more boards looking for greater adaptability in CEOs, C-Suite, and Sr. Executives?
Find out by listening to Episode 152. In this pivotal fan-favorite podcast, Scott and I speak with Peter R. Gleason, President & CEO of the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD). Although we recorded this conversation in 2019, before the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic and other crises, it is just as relevant (or even more so) now as then.
Peter is a recognized expert on board leadership and corporate governance issues. He serves as a member of NACD’s national faculty, is regularly quoted in the national media, and is a frequent presenter on the subjects of corporate governance, executive and director compensation, risk, strategic planning, and board/shareowner relations.
He has served as a commissioner on every NACD Blue Ribbon Commission report issued over the past 16 years, including the most recent releases on Adaptive Governance: Board Oversight of Disruptive Risks, and Culture as a Corporate Asset. (read more about Peter Gleason below)
You’ll gain insights on:
- Why Boards, CEOs, C-Suites & Sr. Executives need to think differently about disruptive risks
- The critical new leadership traits and behaviors that CEOs need to develop
- Three immediately useful ideas for developing your own leadership success in a disruptive world