Exclusive thought leadership resources for members of Corporate Board Member Network.
On March 1, 2023, President Biden announced a National Cybersecurity Strategy, outlining the approach the Administration is taking to secure cyberspace and ensure the U.S. is in the strongest position to realize the benefits and potential of our digital future. The strategy requires a robust collaboration between the public and private sectors, and it aims to rebalance the responsibility to defend cyberspace and realign incentives to favor long-term investments.
This Board Briefing will help you think about the implications for your board – how might you need to restructure your board, how can you build fluency in your boardroom on the security frameworks like NIST, and how can you address the potential cybersecurity skills gaps on your board.
Corporate Board Member and Semler Brossy will host an editorial roundtable for compensation committee members to discuss best practices for attracting and retaining executive talent. For example, when is it good to have monetary retention versus other ways? What are the different ways to attract and keep talent?
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After Covid, “transitionary” inflation, vastly higher interest rates, a volatile stock market, and new SEC “Pay Versus Performance” disclosure rules, where should we be headed with long-term incentives?
We’ll host an industry veteran, Bob Romanchek with Meridian Compensation Partners, to dissect current LTI trends and practices for the three LTI categories – equity appreciation vehicles, full-value time-vesting equity vehicles, and performance vehicles – and explore essential design questions to help you determine the most appropriate approach for your organization.
Build your skills, refresh your perspective and be ready for whatever comes next.
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