Shareholder Engagement

Universal Proxy Voting Means More Scrutiny, Risk For Some Directors

Directors may feel greater pressure to negotiate with activists since all shareholders will now be able to select individual director candidates for elections.

Webcast: Winning Your Say-on-Pay Vote in 2022

Emerging themes from the 2021 Say on Pay and proxy voting season suggest a fundamental shift in shareholder and proxy advisor perspectives on compensation.

Boards Of Directors: Stakeholder Capitalism Needs You

Multi-stakeholder capitalism is the only organizational paradigm which can produce the essentially inclusive prosperity America needs today.

Tesla Shareholder Conflicts May Give Insight Into Proxy Season 2022

New developments show that shareholders are shifting their views on a number of issues that could affect corporate boards next year. A rundown of what to expect.

Former GE CEO Jeff Immelt: ‘What I’ve Learned’

Roundly blamed for leveling the house that Jack built, Immelt offers an after-action report from his tenure, with lessons for every director.

Boards Of Directors: Stakeholder Capitalism Needs You

The model for success we have been following for decades is setting us up for catastrophic failure. It is time to choose—not whether capitalism is the foundation of widespread prosperity and progress (it is), but rather about what kind of capitalism America should adopt moving forward.

Corporate Board Member Institute

The leading continuing education program for public company boards.

Director Optimism Declines For 7th Consecutive Month

After peaking in April, board members’ outlook for the future of business slipped further in November, driven by renewed Covid fears, inflation and a tight labor market.