How Effective Is Your Board Cover Art

OnBoard on-demand webinar

How effective is your board? Building leadership teams fit for the future

Watch Now

As boards continue to face scrutiny over a raft of hot-button issues, their remits have gone well beyond performance and compliance. The board of today must be able to identify its blind spots and find the necessary mix of skills, expertise, and culture to rise above new challenges.

In this webinar hosted by Business News Australia senior journalist Matt Ogg, we tackle this multi-faceted topic from different perspectives to discuss what is needed to ensure effective governance and leadership now and in the future.

We also share some global research as revealed in the recent Board Effectiveness Survey, by OnBoard.

Join Jennifer Robertson from Board Matters, Peter Williams from the Australian Advisory Boards Institute, Calvin Stead from Kelly Engineering, and Adarsh Mantravadi from Passageways to learn:

  • The skills and expertise now required from our board members
  • The role data plays in providing good governance
  • What technology should do to increase board effectiveness
  • What true inclusion and diversity look like
  • Addressing ESG and sustainability requirements

Who is this webinar for?

Successful, effective board meetings are a team effort, and every element of board work can be optimized. This interactive session will be a learning opportunity for anyone who relies on effective board meetings, including:

  • CEOs & Leadership
  • Directors & Board Members
  • Administrative Support Staff

Meet The Speaker

Peter Brown Headshot

Peter C. Browning: Author / Speaker / Director

Peter Browning, founder and Managing Director of Peter Browning & Associates, LLC, a board advisory service, has a wide range of experience in business. Beginning as a sales trainee, he spent 24 years with the Continental Can Company, including President of two different divisions, last serving as Executive Vice President – Operating Officer. With experience on the boards of 13 public companies, two as CEO (Chief Executive Officer), including service as non-executive chairman, lead director and chair of audit, compensation, and governance/nominating committees. Since 1989, he has served on the board of directors of fourteen publicly traded companies, including ten years at Wachovia Corporation, sixteen years at Lowes Companies, sixteen years at Nucor Corporation where he served as non-executive chairman and lead director, and finally, fourteen years at EnPro Industries.


Ready to Find out Where Boards are Going?

Talk to a board intelligence expert.