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WEBINAR REPLAY

Running an Effective Board

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This replay was recorded on December 9, 2014.

About This Meeting

Over the last several years, more ESOP companies have decided to move to more formal boards. Many have outside members, but even those with all insiders are often taking a more active role. This Webinar looks at what makes an effective board. Should there be outside directors? What should their qualifications and compensation be? Should there be non-management employees on the board? Should board members be fiduciaries? Should plan advisors be on the board? What should board duties be and what makes boards most productive?

You will learn:

Program

Board Duties Roles and Best Practices
Anthony Mathews, The Beyster Insitute
How Should the Board and Fiduciaries Interact?
Loren Rodgers, National Center for Employee Ownership

Presenters

Anthony Mathews

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Beyster Institute at the Rady School of Management, University of California,San Diego

Tony is the former director and senior consultant for The Beyster Institute at the Rady School of Management, University of California, San Diego. He has spent more than 30 years as an ESOP principal in several of the most respected ESOP consulting and record-keeping firms in the country. Tony is a frequent speaker and published authority on ESOPs and the creator and teacher of the first formal MBA course on employee ownership anywhere.

Loren Rodgers

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National Center for Employee Ownership

Loren joined the NCEO in 2005 and became its executive director in 2010. He writes extensively on employee ownership in professional and academic publications and has spoken at events around the world. Since he entered the field in 1995 as a consultant, he has worked with hundreds of companies. His expertise includes ESOPs, equity compensation, best practices for employee ownership companies, research, effective communications, employee motivation, corporate governance, ESOP transactions and operations, and business literacy.