How a Diverse Board Can Make a Bigger Impact

Presented by

Michael Stanelos, IOOF Holdings;  Megan Motto, Governance Institute;  and  James Mclaren, Sterling Black

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Creating more diversity in the boardroom is a critical conversation across organizations today, and much more progress still need to be made. Companies need to consider how to support diverse board membership that can drive new perspectives and innovations.    How can organizations make meaningful progress toward increasing multiple dimensions of diversity beyond gender to encompass broader skillsets, ages, cultures, races and ethnicities, LGBTQIA+ status and more? Diligent has assembled a group of expert panelists to address these questions and examine the impact of diversity on the boardroom.    Some of the topics of discussion include:  What diversity in the modern boardroom means  Why diversity is critical to corporate governance  The current state of board diversity  What boards can do to make a greater impact on diversity at senior executive levels    Access the webinar to get key insights into the impact of diverse boardrooms and the path forward to achieving improved diversity in leadership.

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