Everything in business and in life derives from the authenticity of relationships built on a solid foundation of trust.
Today, boards are confronted with several global trends and forces that give consideration of HSE and corporate responsibility risks a much higher sense of urgency requiring more thoughtful dialogue.
To build skills quickly, many boards are turning to candidates with experience as professional service partners (PSPs) – from accounting to consulting to law.
Few corporate executives have the depth of experience in both management and governance as former Xerox CEO and chairperson Anne Mulcahy.
Barbara Berlin, a director at PwC’s Governance Insights Center, discusses the impact of what PwC calls the “Essential Eight Technologies” and how boards should be responding.
Directors should handle transgressions of personal integrity by their CEO differently than they do mistakes of professional competence.