Board assessments are a critical practice for organizations of every size to ensure that the board and its members are performing well and actively engaged, collaborating, and making strategic decisions on a regular basis. Assessments can also be used to benchmark historical corporate governance practices and implement modern approaches to reaching organizational goals.
This webinar will discuss how to get started with board assessments and the necessary steps every board should take when preparing board members and documents for evaluation.
Topics for Preparing for Board Assessments
Please join Paul Marcela, President of Governance Partners Group, as he explains the purpose of corporate governance assessments, what information to include in an assessment, and how to properly plan for board and individual director evaluations. This is part 2 of a 3 part series regarding board composition, assessment, and evaluation.
The Purpose of Corporate Governance Assessments What to Include in a Board Assessment Key Questions to Ask During a Board Assessment Board and Individual Director Evaluations
Paul MarcelaPresident, Governance Partners Group
Paul Marcela served as General Counsel and Secretary of two Cerberus Capital Management portfolio companies. Previously, he performed as Associate General Counsel and Assistant Secretary of Dow Corning Corporation.
Paul is now President of Governance Partners Group, a professional services firm that is exclusively devoted to providing outsourced Corporate Secretary services for companies that seek to outsource all or a portion of their Corporate Secretary functions.