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Best Practices in CEO Succession Planning

  • 28 May 2008
  • 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Albany Club, 91 King St. East, Toronto, ON

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Selection of the CEO is arguably the board’s single most important decision. Yet in a recent survey of over 800 directors in the US, half rated their boards less than effective in this critical area. Canadian directors will candidly tell you that the numbers don’t differ much on this side of the border. Help to keep your board abreast of the very latest thinking in this critical area by attending this innovative and interesting workshop which will cover:
5 critical steps in CEO succession planning;
  • Information and exposure that boards need to make better decisions about internal candidates;
  • Creating a CEO succession planning roadmap;
  • CEO On-Boarding: Making the best of the final 12-18 months prior to CEO transition;
  • Outside vs. inside CEO candidates;
  • Hit by a bus – developing an emergency CEO succession plan;
  • Shareholder activists and CEO succession planning – a new US trend that may spread north of the border.

    Time:          Wednesday, May 28th 2008 11:00am - 1:30pm


    Location:    Albany Club

                       91 King St. E

                       Toronto ON

 

    Cost:           $47.25 ($45+GST) - CSCS, ICSA Members

                       $57.75 ($55+GST) - Non-Members


The presentation will feature Beverly Behan, Managing Director of the Board Effectiveness Practice for the Hay Group. Beverly, a Canadian noted for her work with the board of the Bank of Montreal in the late 1990's now works in New York where she is also a regular columnist on “The Boardroom” for BusinessWeek.com.

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