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Hot Topics — What does an effective board education program look like? (June 2013)

Published on: Jun 28, 2013

Not long ago, many boards lacked a formal board education program. As risks have multiplied, and as the roles and responsibilities of board members have come under increased pressure, the importance of having such a program has been highlighted, and formalized educational efforts have become more prevalent.

A robust board education program features activities such as recurring director training and developmental programming on a wide range of topics, from onboarding to continuing education to updates on emerging issues. This edition of Hot Topics discusses common practices related to the frequency, focus, and method of delivery of effective board education programs.


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