3 Steps to Strengthen Engagement Between Directors and Executives

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Katie King, Managing Director, 7th Wave

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Directors and executives need to keep the lines of communication open between them to stay aligned, focused and collaborative, inside and outside the meeting room. As you navigate director-executive relationships, you need to leverage some best practices to develop more productive relationships between management and directors. At the same time, you need the right approach for maximizing impact for the company.    In a program hosted by Diligent, 7th Wave Managing Director Katie King addresses ways you can build better director-executive engagement. She delves into three key steps you can use to bolster engagement:  Aligning and overcoming common points of friction  Building a shared vision and reducing risk through better collaboration  Fostering improved understanding between boards and management    Access the webinar and learn from an experienced professional on how to strengthen your organization’s management and board collaboration.
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