Program Resources

WGOB Chairs Forum Virtual Session 1 Cohort 2.pdfdownload
WGOB Chairs Forum - Key takeaways.pdfdownload
WGOB Chairs Forum - Key takeaways - Cohort 2 Session 2.pdfdownload
WGOB Chairs Forum Virtual Session 2 -Cohort 2.pdfdownload
WGOB Chairs Forum Virtual Session 3.pdfdownload
WGOB Chairs Forum - Key takeaways - Cohort 2 Session 3.pdfdownload
WGOB Chairs Forum - May 2024.pdfdownload
  1. The Great Chair: A Window on Effective Board Leadership - by Brian Hayward
  2. The Great Chair - Event Blog by Women Get On Board Inc. 
  3. The Great Chair - WGOB Virtual Speaker Series with Brian Hayward and Scott Baldwin
  4. How to chair the board more effectively - by Andrew Kakabadse & Nada Kakabadse in Board Agenda 
  5. The Chairperson's Perspective: Shaping the board's strategic direction on climate - Climate Governance Initiative 
  6. The Chair's Guide to Realizing Value from a Just Transition - Deloitte
  7. The Critical Role of the Chair - Liselotte Engstam, Chair & NED on BoardClic
  8. Struggling to demonstrate your value as a board member? Develop your readiness for a crisis. - by WGOB Member, Kristi Honey in Women of Influence
  9. Five tips to position yourself for a board seat — from the chairperson of two boards. - by WGOB Member, Kristi Honey in Women of Influence 
  10. Analysis Paralysis - by Scott Baldwin in the Savvy Director Blog
  11. The Savvy Director Guide to Being a Board Chair
  12. How boards are nurturing and measuring stakeholder trust - by Jo Iwasaki, Dan Konigsburg & William Touche in Deloitte Insights
  13. Transitioning from Board Member to Board Leader - by Akiba Smith-Francis & Charles Gray in Egon Zehnder
  14. How Women on Boards Navigate the "Warmth-Competence" Line - by Tiffany Trzebiatowski, Courtney L. McCluney, & Morela Hernandez in Harvard Business Review
  15. Top Tips When Embarking on Board Refreshment - by Meghan Juday in the Meghan Juday Blog
  16. Board Member Exit Interviews - Board Source
  17. Board Dysfunction: Who Is Ultimately Responsible? - by Meghan Juday in Private Company Director
  18. Inclusive Boards Drive Engagement - by Sophie Pinkoski in the Halford Consulting Blog
  19. Getting Through Times of Crisis - by Scott Baldwin in the Savvy Director Blog
  20. Decisions, Decisions. - by Scott Baldwin in the Savvy Director Blog
  21. Conflicts of Interest Are Here to Stay - by Scott Baldwin in the Savvy Director Blog
  22. 10 Attributes of a Great Chair - Leading Governance
  23. How to Be a Good Board Chair, The key is to remember you're not the CEO - by Stanislav Shekshnia in Harvard Business Review
  24. CEO Development and the Board - by Lisa Wicker in Private Company Director
  25. The Next CEO, Global CEO Turnover Index Annual Report - Russell Reynolds
  26. 6 Kinds of Board Members — and How to Influence Them - by Randall S. Peterson and Pedro Fontes Falcão in Harvard Business Review
  27. Building an Inclusive Board: A chair's checklist for inclusive meetings - Egon Zehnder, 2022/23 Global Board Diversity Tracker
  28. A Framework for Board Leadership Succession - Egon Zehnder, 2022/23 Global Board Diversity Tracker
  29. Chairmanship: a mechanical process, or a deft art? - Peter Crow
  30. The Strategic Board Agenda - by Scott Baldwin, The Savvy Director Blog, DirectorPrep.com
  31.  Guide to Listening Skills in the Boardroom - The Savvy Director Blog, DirectorPrep.com
  32. The Invaluable Resource of the Board & CEO Relationship by Jane Halford, FCA, ICD.D
  33. Putting corporate purpose at the core of technology decisions by Dr. Sara Diamond & Dr. Cindy Gordon

2023/2024 Quarterly Roundtable Sessions

1. Virtual Session 1

October 12, 2023 | 5:30 - 7:00 pm ET 


2. Virtual Session 2

January 11, 2024 | 5:30 - 7:00 pm ET


3. Virtual Session 3

April 11, 2024 | 5:30 - 7:00 pm ET


4. In-Person Session

May 14, 2024 | 5:30 - 8:00 pm ET


* virtual sessions will be hosted on zoom by Women Get On Board Inc. - all participants have been sent a calendar invitation for each session

**in person will be in downtown Toronto-venue to be determined

***commitment - it is our expectation that you will use your best efforts to attend all of the quarterly roundtable sessions

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