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As a leader, your mission is to develop and sustain a dynamite team that can achieve performance and deliver results yet unseen. Heavy pressure is upon you to bring brand new, unconventional ideas, which inspire your team to greatness.
BSE Chairman S Ravi on Wednesday stressed the need for a “stronger” corporate governance framework to ensure efficient functioning and curbing malpractices. According to him, governance can be strong if the role between functional directors and independent directors of the board is clear.
The call for gender diversity is about being inclusive and profitable. Following these strategies could lead to success on both fronts.
A new report from a Stamford group has found that corporate board members are growing increasingly concerned about cybersecurity – specifically how they feel poorly equipped to deal with the ever-increasing pace of technology and business disruption.
This year’s proxy season will once again bring attention to shifting investor priorities, with environmental and social (E&S) issues at the forefront of engagement discussions and shareholder resolutions. Changes over the past year to the policies and voting practices of several major index investors, along with a bold pronouncement by BlackRock that corporations should “serve a social purpose,” underscore this progression.
To be an effective leader, you need to think like a leader. But what does that even mean?
There have been many days where we wake up planning to have a very productive day. We start our day thinking of all the work that will get done on our to-do lists, only to find ourselves distracted and unproductive.
A top securities regular has warned against allowing companies that are going public to use the process to force shareholders to resolve any complaints they have outside the courts.
The recent climate of distrust in politics and media has taken its toll, and businesses are paying the price. It doesn’t matter whether your company steers clear of politics and keeps a low profile during heated cultural debates.
Three years following implementation of mandatory disclosure of women on boards and in executive officer positions, the new rules have marginally improved female representation. The percentage of women holding board seats increased slightly to 14 percent last year, up from 11 percent in 2015, while the percentage of issuers having at least one woman on the board increased to 61 percent in 2017 from 49 percent in 2015.