Bvalco continues to lead thinking on corporate governance and board effectiveness. Through a series of topical discussions we take a closer look at issues relevant to the Board, offering thought provoking and actionable insights.
Alison Gill talks to James Bagge about how to use emotional intelligence to embrace uncertainty and channel anxiety.
What could I know, should I know, that I don’t know? The challenge for Boards right now is asking the simple questions around diversity and inclusion to create better opportunity for all.
Alison Gill and James Bagge explore the lessons that can be learnt in terms of ‘how well prepared was the Board to deal with a crisis’, ‘what’ has been decided and ‘how’ effectively the Board and Executive have worked together throughout the crisis.
Hear what Patrick Dunne, chair & author of ‘Boards’ & and Alison Gill, CEO of Bvalco had to say on everything from making the right decisions to shifting the focus to the future.
Patrick Dunne and Alison Gill, discuss how boards can start preparing for coming out of the COVID-19 crisis.
Gillian Karran-Cumberlege of Chapter Zero, Patrick Dunne and Alison Gill discuss ‘building boards back better’ and how it’s more than just about COVID-19.
Patrick Dunne and Alison Gill discuss how Boards can reset the relationship between themselves, the Executive and the rest of the Organisation to face the next phase of coming out of COVID-19 and beyond.
Patrick Dunne, chair and author of ‘Boards’, and Alison Gill discuss the board’s relationships with key stakeholders.
Patrick and Ali will be discussing current developments directors need to be aware of and thinking about.
In the first of a series of board-focused webinars Alison Gill, CEO at Bvalco and former Olympic rower joins Tom Bruce, Partner at Farrer & Co. discuss the roles and duties of directors, exploring the responsibilities and legal obligations of the board and some of the common challenges faced in meeting these.
The conversation explores how the most senior leaders can have an effective and sustainable impact on the cultures of the organisations they lead.