19th Annual

Boardroom Summit

and Board Committee Peer Exchange

The Essential Event to Network and Learn from America's Board Directors

September 13-14, 2023
Marriott Marquis, New York City

Corporate board members face some of the greatest challenges of the last 25 years, from the uncertain economy and the overheated labor market to digital revolutionaries, activist stakeholders and hard-driving Washington regulators. We can help.
Build your skills, refresh your perspective and be ready for whatever comes next.

EXCEPTIONAL ADVICE FROM
THE WORLD'S TOP BOARDS

Abercrombie & Fitch
Allstate
Bank of America
Callaway Golf Company
Cisco
Delphi
Dunkin
DuPont
Hewlett Packard
Ecolab
Marriott International
McDonalds
Nasdaq
Scripps
Textron
Visa
Weyerhaeuser

WHY ATTEND

ESG issues and new regulations

Gain advice from seasoned directors and well-respected advisors to cut through complexities and lead your board with confidence.

Risk oversight in an unsettled time

Hear directly from investors to gain a better understanding of the new shareholder engagement and activist landscape amid heightened expectations for societal engagement.

Strategy: What will win in 2023

Seasoned directors and renowned business leaders will deliver an agenda that educates, inspires and prepares directors to excel in the current business climate. 

Unparalleled networking with director peers

Connect with other experienced public company directors in-person to build new relationships and expand your network.

FRESH SOLUTIONS FOR THE PRESSING CHALLENGES YOU'RE FACING NOW

Strategy

Hear how high-performing boards make sure the company’s vision for both the near and long-term is sound, challenge assumptions and monitor strategy execution.

Risk
Oversight

While a company can’t always anticipate what might happen next, strong risk oversight from the board can help a company respond with more agility. Learn how smart boards tackle risk.

M&A

Learn how boards can contribute to successful deals and comply with their fiduciary duties, particularly within sensitive transactions.

ESG
Disclosures

New SEC regulations are coming. Gain tips to improve your disclosure efforts on oversight of material climate risks and opportunities.

Board Evaluations

Improve your board assessment processes to achieve more effective takeaways that will raise the bar on individual director contributions.

Executive
Pay

Hear how others are integrating non-financial metrics into their pay plans and retaining top talent with pay programs that earn both management and shareholder approval.

CEO Succession

One of the most critical roles of the board is making sure you have the right CEO in place. Learn what many boards get wrong—and how to get it right.

Committee
Challenges

The Peer Exchange allows you to collaborate with other directors on the distinct responsibilities of the audit, compensation and nominating/governance committee.

Board Committee Peer Exchange

Peer Exchange

Connect with directors for an off-the-record discussion around best practices and solutions for your most critical issues. We will solicit input from participants to develop the most relevant outline for each group:

  • Audit committee
  • Compensation committee
  • Nominating/governance committees
  • Lead directors and board chairs

WHAT PAST ATTENDEES HAD TO SAY

REGISTRATION

Registration available for in-person and virtual attendees. Please contact events@chiefexecutivegroup.com if you’re interested in registering a group of 3 or more. 

Can’t join us in New York? Join us online.

Individual

All-inclusive, In-Person Registration
$2495
$ 1,495 Use code BRSearly through Feb. 28
  • General Sessions
  • Choice of Breakout Sessions
  • Peer Networking
  • Board Leadership Awards Celebration
  • Board Committee Peer Exchange

VENUE

New York Marriott Marquis

Details on our hotel room block are coming soon.

CREDITS

ACCD

Earn Professional Director Credits

Since 2008, the American College of Corporate Directors credentials have represented the “Gold standard” in corporate director education, and those executives who earn them are highly valued in the board community. To earn American College of Corporate Directors Professional Director status, a director must accumulate a set number of credits.

The Boardroom Summit serves as the foundation of your Professional Director Credential pathway. Whether you are seeking your first Professional Director credential or your Executive Masters Professional Director Credential, the Boardroom Summit is a foundational requirement for every level, earning you 10 credits.

CPE Credits Available

Participants will earn 3.0 CPE credits for the Board Committee Peer Exchange and up to 9.0 CPE credits for the Boardroom Summit; Field of Study: Business Management & Organization

Chief Executive Group, parent to Corporate Board Member, is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its web site: www.nasbaregistry.org.

ABOUT CORPORATE BOARD MEMBER

Since 1998, directors have relied on Corporate Board Member to help them improve their contributions as individual directors and as boards, and in turn, strengthen stakeholder trust in the organizations they represent.

Join our Corporate Board Member Network community of directors and executives to access these exclusive opportunities, enhancing your leadership skills and enabling you to make more informed decisions to help your organization(s) thrive and grow. Members save 40$ on Boardroom Summit registration!