45363_NACD_2018_Director_Education_Program_v21

2018 EVENTS & PROGRAMS CATALOG

 Directors need to continually strive to inspire confidence, gain foresight, and

optimize performance. NACD helps directors do just that. ’’ Raymond V. Gilmartin Former Chair, President, and CEO, Merck & Co.; Director, NACD

N A T I O N A L A S S O C I A T I O N O F C O R P O R A T E D I R E C T O R S

WHY NACD? NACD is the advocate for the profession of directorship. Informed by 40 years of experience, NACD delivers insights, resources, and continuous education that more than 18,000 directors rely on to help them anticipate emerging issues and make sound strategic decisions. NACD helps directors lead with confidence and elevate board performance.

NACD DIRECTOR EDUCATION EQUIPS BOARDS TO

ELEVATE PERFORMANCE NACD programs enable boards to • Identify the early warning signs of issues that will impact the boardroom

• Separate opportunity and risk from noise • Prioritize and refine critical information

GAIN FORESIGHT NACD programs deliver • Exclusive insights driven by proprietary research • Real-world and real-time perspectives used by experienced directors • Leading practices used by effective boards

INSTILL CONFIDENCE NACD education empowers boards with • Access to world-class directors and expert faculty • Insights and leading practices for making sound decisions • The highest standard of directors credentialing—NACD Fellowship ®

CONTENTS

NACD Fellowship ®...........................................3

FOUNDATION COURSES Director Professionalism®...............................5 Advanced Director Professionalism®����������������6 Master Class. ................................................8 SPECIAL EVENTS NACD CES®Experience.................................10 From Battlefield to Boardroom.......................11 Global Cyber Forum......................................12 Future Trends...............................................14 Entrepreneurial Governance Forum................15 Technology Symposium.................................16 Global Board Leaders’ Summit......................19 PEER-TO-PEER PROGRAMS Advisory Councils.........................................21 General Counsel Programming. .....................22 Peer Exchanges............................................23 FLEXIBLE LEARNING PROGRAMS Webinars. ....................................................25 Cyber-Risk Certificate Course........................26 In-Boardroom Customized Learning................27 Chapters�����������������������������������������������������28

EVENT CALENDAR����������������������������������������29

NACD, the NACD logo, NACD Director Professionalism, NACD Directorship 2020, NACD Fellowship , and “Advancing Exemplary Board Leadership” are trademarks or registered trademarks of the National Association of Corporate Directors.All other trademarks remain the property of their respective owners. ©2018 National Association of Corporate Directors.All rights reserved.

NACD FELLOWSHIP ®

‘‘ 

NACD Fellowship keeps me abreast of the ongoing evolution of governance, and the impact of outside forces such as new regulations, market changes, or disruptive technologies. ’’ Mary Beth Vitale Director, Chair, Nominating and Governance Committee, CoBiz Financial Inc.; Director, Chair, Risk and Technology Committee, GEHA; Co-Chair, Women Corporate Directors: Colorado Chapter

NACD EVENTS & PROGRAMS CATALOG

2

NACD FELLOWSHIP ®

NACD FELLOWSHIP ® THE GOLD STANDARD DIRECTOR CREDENTIAL } NACDonline.org/Fellowship

OVERVIEW: Boards need a continuous-improvement plan to keep pace in today’s rapidly changing business environment. NACD helps you navigate that environment through our credentialing program, NACD Fellowship ®. Built for and by directors, NACD Fellowship provides a director-education road map for continuous learning, so that today’s directors are always ready for tomorrow’s boardroom. Investors, C-suite executives, and the governance community recognize NACD Fellows for their commitment to the highest standard of continuing director education. PATHWAYS: To suit different levels of boardroom expertise, there are two paths to earning a Fellowship credential: NACD Governance Fellowship is recommended for new directors and aspiring public company directors. NACD Board Leadership Fellowship is recommended for experienced and rising board leaders.

BENEFITS:

STEPS: 1. Begin by attending an NACD Foundation Course. 2. Build on your foundation by earning Fellowship Skill and Collaborative Credits. 3. Maintain your credential by earning Fellowship Credits year after year. For a detailed consultation e-mail Fellowship@NACDonline.org

Stay ahead of emerging issues and leading boardroom practices. Connect with the distinguished network of NACD Fellows. Be recognized for your commitment to the highest standard of continuing director education.

3

NACD FOUNDATION COURSES

‘‘ 

No matter what’s on the radar in the business environment, NACD helps make sure we’re completely prepared to lead as a board. ’’ Mary Cranston Director, The Chemours Company, The Commonwealth Club, MyoKardia Inc., International Rectifier Corp., Visa Inc., and Catalyst Inc.

NACD EVENTS & PROGRAMS CATALOG

4

NACD FOUNDATION COURSES

NACD DIRECTOR PROFESSIONALISM ® NACDonline.org/DP

OVERVIEW: NACD’s world-renowned foundation course has been equipping directors with the boardroom fundamentals and leading practices they need to serve as strategic assets for nearly a decade. The 2018 course offers a refreshed agenda and the added flexibility of an online experience. PARTICIPANT PROFILE: Exclusive to NACD members , this course will benefit experienced C-suite executives beginning their first terms on a board, as well as directors who are looking to enhance their understanding of fundamentals, or to position themselves for a future board seat. EXPERIENCE: Gain a robust foundation in the responsibilities and competencies essential to boardroom effectiveness in today’s dynamic corporate governance environment. Choose the experience that best suits your schedule and board needs:

The location-based experience offers the benefits of networking , diverse perspectives, and dynamic Q&A.

The virtual course provides the flexibility to learn when and where your busy schedule allows.

2018 PRICING Location-based $4,995 Price for members Online $3,995 Price for members

DATES AND LOCATIONS March 6–8, 2018 Atlanta, GA May 15–17, 2018 Seattle, WA August 15–17, 2018 Westlake Village, CA Online

ACCREDITATION Up to 22 CPE Credits

5

NACD FOUNDATION COURSES

NACD ADVANCED DIRECTOR PROFESSIONALISM ® } NACDonline.org/ADP OVERVIEW: NACD’s highly interactive cornerstone course provides a structure and specialized training to address today’s critical board and committee leadership challenges. PARTICIPANT PROFILE: Exclusive to NACD members , this course is most beneficial to experienced directors looking to expand their board-leadership proficiency and preparing for their next lead director and/or committee chair roles. EXPERIENCE: Simultaneously deepen and showcase your expertise on cyber-risk oversight, agenda setting, executive compensation, M&A, and more through small-group peer exchanges, case studies, workshops, and key-committee/lead-director training.

This location-based course offers the benefits of networking , diverse perspectives, and dynamic Q&A.

2018 PRICING $5,395

DATES AND LOCATIONS June 11 – 12, 2018 Austin, TX December 3 – 4, 2018 Naples, FL

ACCREDITATION Up to 13 CPE Credits

Price for members

NACD EVENTS & PROGRAMS CATALOG

6

NACD FOUNDATION COURSES

Each year, more than 20,000 directors engage in 400+ NACD events nationwide.

“ This program is a ‘must attend’ for any director serious about upping their game. ” Bob Kueppers

University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management; NACD Board Leadership Fellow

7

NACD FOUNDATION COURSES

NACD MASTER CLASS } NACDonline.org/MC

OVERVIEW: NACD’s most advanced foundation course offers an unparalleled thought-leadership forum for directors, where they can exchange diverse, practical perspectives on building a strategic-asset board and learn techniques that help them stay vigilant about emerging risks and opportunities. PARTICIPANT PROFILE: Exclusive to NACD members , this course convenes seasoned public company chairs, lead directors, and thought leaders possessing deep and varied boardroom acumen. EXPERIENCE: Learn, network, and explore today’s most complex board-leadership topics affecting strategy and long-term value through candid, peer-to-peer discussions, fireside chats, interactive simulations, and thought-provoking analysis.

This location-based course offers the benefits of networking , diverse perspectives, and dynamic Q&A.

2018 PRICING $5,595

DATES AND LOCATIONS June 14–15, 2018 Austin, TX Aug. 20–21, 2018 Newport Beach, CA Dec. 6–7, 2018 Naples, FL

ACCREDITATION Up to 12 CPE Credits

Price for members

NACD EVENTS & PROGRAMS CATALOG

8

NACD FOUNDATION COURSES

‘‘ NACD’s Master Class is a unique learning experience: intimate setting with excellent peer directors and governance experts. Robust real-time insights, and lots of

opportunities to share ideas in both formal and informal settings. ’’ Irene Chang Britt Director, Dunkin’ Brands Group Inc., Tailored Brands Inc., Brighthouse Financial Inc., Baybridge Seniors Housing; CEO, ICB Enterprises LLC

9

NACD SPECIAL EVENTS

NACD CES®EXPERIENCE } NACDonline.org/CES

OVERVIEW: Celebrating 50 years of innovation, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES®) takes place every January in Las Vegas. Last year, 170,000 attendees and start-ups from every industry and corner of the globe tried to visit nearly 3,800 booths for a glimpse of the next megatrend. The NACD CES® Experience will cut through the buzz with private, director-curated tours, expert-led talks, and peer exchanges designed to hone in on the most relevant aspects of CES® for directors. PARTICIPANT PROFILE: Exclusive to NACD members, the CES® Experience is designed for directors and top executives from companies of all industries and sizes, governance professionals, and leading industry experts. EXPERIENCE: Join NACD, your director peers, leading executives, and technology experts to discover how 2018’s innovations and emerging trends will affect your board—from challenging assumptions underlying strategy to disrupting your own governance practices and envisioning new opportunities for creating long-term value.

2018 PRICING $8,995 Price for members

DATES AND LOCATION January 9–11, 2018 Las Vegas, NV

ACCREDITATION 6 Skill and 4 Collaborative NACD Fellowship® Credits

NACD EVENTS & PROGRAMS CATALOG

10

NACD SPECIAL EVENTS

NACD FROM BATTLEFIELD TO BOARDROOM } NACDonline.org/BattlefieldtoBoardroom OVERVIEW: From Battlefield to Boardroom is an exclusive board development program designed to prepare retired and soon-to-retire military flag and general officers to serve in the boardroom. Aspiring directors will learn the ins and outs of the directorship profession and will be better equipped to position their military service to attract attention from executive recruiters and board directors. PARTICIPANT PROFILE: Open to nonmembers and members, t his event is for military flag and general officers who aspire to serve on a corporate board or who already hold a directorship and are looking to deepen their boardroom knowledge. EXPERIENCE: Attendees will interact with directors and corporate governance professionals who have years of hands-on experience and network with experienced flag and general officers-turned-board-members.

2018 PRICING $1,495 Price for members and nonmembers

DATES AND LOCATION February 21–23, 2018 Washington, DC

CONTACT INFO: Email: Sarah Lubega slubega@nacdonline.org

11

NACD SPECIAL EVENTS

NACD GLOBAL CYBER FORUM } NACDonline.org/CyberForum OVERVIEW: The rapid pace of globalization has forced corporate board members to adopt a greater understanding of, and play a greater role in, cybersecurity oversight. Cyberattacks are no longer a matter of if, but when. Boards need to understand their companies’ vulnerabilities, and be prepared to act when a cyberbreach threatens their enterprise. For this reason, NACD, in collaboration with the Global Network of Director Institutes (GNDI), is launching a global initiative to arm corporate board members with the tools they need to oversee cyber risk at the very highest level. PARTICIPANT PROFILE: This event is open to members and nonmembers. The forum is a truly unique gathering of multinational corporate board members, C-suite executives, cyber experts, and global law enforcement officials.

2018 PRICING $3,495 Price for members and nonmembers

DATES AND LOCATION April 17–18, 2018 Geneva, Switzerland

ACCREDITATION 6 Skill and 4 Collaborative NACD Fellowship® Credits

NACD EVENTS & PROGRAMS CATALOG

12

NACD SPECIAL EVENTS

EXPERIENCE: Attendees of this unique forum will examine leading board oversight practices, and the intimate discussion will focus on practical, actionable items that board members and key C-suite executives can effectively implement to help defend their companies against cybersecurity risks from around the globe.

KEY PROGRAMMING THEMES WILL INCLUDE: ƒ ƒ The board’s evolving role in cyber-risk oversight ƒ ƒ Information sharing across global jurisdictions ƒ ƒ The changing international regulatory landscape

ƒ ƒ Business disruption ƒ ƒ Securing the global company ƒ ƒ A cyberbreach simulation and peer exchange

13

NACD SPECIAL EVENTS

NACD FUTURE TRENDS } NACDonline.org/FutureTrends

OVERVIEW: Fostering the growth and sustainability of the enterprise is an important function of the director’s role. Increasingly, that means being well versed in how external forces might affect the company. Innovations in technology and a dynamic, global marketplace are creating new competitors that may be able to do what you do better and faster. Business models once considered rock solid are becoming obsolete, and a new generation of consumers is emerging—one that has different needs and expectations and makes different demands. PARTICIPANT PROFILE: This event is open to members and nonmembers. Future Trends is designed to benefit directors and top executives from companies of all industries and sizes, governance professionals, and leading industry experts. EXPERIENCE: The NACD Future Trends event will equip you with the information you need to keep your company on track for growth. You will learn how you can spur needed changes within your company, discover what the next-generation customer base needs, and broaden your personal network.

2018 PRICING $1,995 Price for members $2,995 Price for non members

DATE AND LOCATION June 13, 2018 Austin, TX

ACCREDITATION 6 Skill and 4 Collaborative NACD Fellowship® Credits

NACD EVENTS & PROGRAMS CATALOG

14

NACD SPECIAL EVENTS

NACD ENTREPRENEURIAL GOVERNANCE FORUM } NACDonline.org/EGF OVERVIEW: Founders shed plenty of blood, sweat, and tears starting a company. Once that company hits a revenue threshold of about $250 million, an effective board becomes a key asset to ensuring long-term success. We are increasingly seeing clear links between good governance and robust financial performance over the medium to long term. A failure to focus on boardroom talent and the right processes and controls can lead to a dysfunctional board and a stagnant or failed company. PARTICIPANT PROFILE: This forum is open to members and nonmembers. This event is specifically curated for directors of public and private companies that have revenues under $500 million. EXPERIENCE: Achieve peak corporate performance by ensuring that your board is familiar with leading governance practices and engaging with the issues of ethics and compliance. Attendees will learn how to enhance growth strategy, uncover blind spots in talent, and constructively work with activist investors.

2018 PRICING $795 Price for members $995 Price for non members

DATE AND LOCATION July 9, 2018 San Francisco, CA

ACCREDITATION 4 Skill and 4 Collaborative NACD Fellowship® Credits

15

NACD SPECIAL EVENTS

NACD TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM } NACDonline.org/TechSymposium

OVERVIEW: Inspired by conversations with directors from a diverse range of industries, NACD is offering this unique, immersive experience to help directors harness one of today’s most daunting challenges—overseeing technology risks and opportunities. PARTICIPANT PROFILE: This event is open to members. All directors will be empowered with advanced insights into how the latest technology trends from Silicon Valley are shaping the future of business—from data analytics to cybersecurity to privacy practices. EXPERIENCE: NACD is curating an immersive, experiential agenda that combines on-site tours of Silicon Valley’s leading technology firms with thought-provoking conversations with seasoned directors, technology innovators, venture capitalists, leading executives, and cybersecurity thought leaders.

2018 PRICING $3,495 Dec. 1–Apr. 15, 2018 $3,995 April 16–July 12, 2018 Price for members

DATES AND LOCATION July 12–13, 2018 Palo Alto, CA

ACCREDITATION 6 Skill and 4 Collaborative NACD Fellowship® Credits

NACD EVENTS & PROGRAMS CATALOG

16

NACD SPECIAL EVENTS

“ We live in a constantly changing world. Boards can’t help organizations excel by reacting to change. They must anticipate change—accelerating, braking, or steering in a completely new direction before it’s too late. ” Cathy Lego Director SanDisk, Fairchild Semiconductor, and LAM Research Corp., FSONA Systems Inc., Cypress Semiconductor Corporation, Phaethon Communications Inc., and Tsunami Optics Inc.

17

NACD SPECIAL EVENTS

GLOBAL BOARD LEADERS’ SUMMIT What do you think of the

NICHOLAS DONOFRIO Director, Bank of New York Mellon, Advanced Micro Devices, and Delphi Automotive PLC; CEO, NMD Consulting What an amazing way to continue to educate yourself as a director/trustee of organizations of all sizes, shapes, and purposes!”

IRENE CHANG BRITT Director, Dunkin’ Brands Group Inc., Tailored Brands Inc., Brighthouse Financial Inc., Baybridge Seniors Housing; CEO, ICB Enterprises LLC

Summit is the ultimate educational and networking event each year.”

Summit is tremendously valuable. As directors, we’re supposed to think about potentially disruptive technologies and ideas. Summit gets me to think about the possibilities and the what-ifs.” MICHELE HOOPER Director, PPG Industries, UnitedHealth Group, and the Center for Audit Quality; President and CEO, The Directors’ Council

As a director of small to medium sized private growth companies, the Summit was an outstanding learning opportunity. I will be taking a lot of new information and thought process back to my company boards.” JACK PFEFFER Director, Air Tractor, Cactus Feeders, Highland Homes, and Hossley Lighting Holloman Corporation and The Management Team

NACD EVENTS & PROGRAMS CATALOG

18

NACD SPECIAL EVENTS

NACD GLOBAL BOARD LEADERS’ SUMMIT } NACDonline.org/Summit OVERVIEW: This annual gathering of nearly 2,000 directors is the largest and most important director forum in the world, where the greatest minds in governance convene to take on the largest issues facing today’s boardrooms and collectively discover the future of exemplary board leadership. PARTICIPANT PROFILE: Exclusive to NACD members , Summit is designed for directors and top executives from companies of all industries and sizes, governance professionals, and leading industry experts. EXPERIENCE: Whether you are looking to learn more about emerging technologies and how they may impact your business, hoping to get a glimpse of what’s on the regulatory agenda for the coming year, or aspiring to your next board seat, Summit has your most pressing corporate- governance concerns covered. Tailor your own experience—choose from hundreds of sessions, hear from more than 250 distinguished speakers, and participate in dynamic peer-to-peer discussions, expert-led workshops, and unparalleled networking opportunities. Prepare to gain new connections—and to be inspired.

2018 PRICING $3,995 Jan. 1–Mar. 31 $4,495 Apr. 1–June 30 $4,995 July 1–Aug. 31 $5,495 Sept. 1–Sept. 29 Price for members

ACCREDITATION 12 Collaborative and up to 10 Skill NACD Fellowship® Credits CPE Credits are also available

DATES AND LOCATIONS Sept. 29–Oct. 2, 2018 Washington, DC Sept. 21–Sept. 24, 2019 Washington, DC

19

NACD PEER-TO-PEER PROGRAMS

‘‘ 

I continue to be enriched, enlightened, and impressed by the quality of the content and the expertise among speakers. ’’ Julia Bradsher President and CEO, Global Food Protection Institute; Director, nanoRETE Inc.

NACD EVENTS & PROGRAMS CATALOG

20

NACD PEER-TO-PEER PROGRAMS

NACD ADVISORY COUNCILS } NACDonline.org/AdvisoryCouncils OVERVIEW: NACD convenes four distinct advisory councils: audit, compensation, nominating and governance, and risk oversight. These invitation-only councils bring experienced committee chairs from Fortune 500 companies together with key shareholder representatives, regulators, and other stakeholders to discuss ways to strengthen corporate governance in general and the role of key committees in particular. Fellowship credit is available. PARTICIPANT PROFILE: Participation is by invitation only. Advisory council delegates serve as committee chairs, lead directors, and/or nonexecutive chairs on a Fortune 500 company board. Directors and other stakeholders participate on their own behalf. EXPERIENCE: Delegates engage with one another and with key stakeholders on important issues, participate in personal networking, and share leading governance practices in an informal, confidential, roundtable format. Stakeholder participants have included leaders from BlackRock Inc., CalSTRS, Calvert Investments Inc., the Council of Institutional Investors, FASB, PCAOB, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, T. Rowe Price Group Inc., TIAA-CREF, Trian Partners, and the Vanguard Group Inc.

2018 PRICING Complimentary for invited participants For more information or to request an invitation, contact: Chris Barnard AdvisoryCouncils@NACDonline.org 571-367-3680

DATES AND LOCATIONS Each council engages in ongoing dialogue punctuated by semiannual meetings, typically in Washington, DC, or New York. Dates and times vary per council.

The councils help to inform NACD’s development of resources for directors, and also play a critical role in NACD’s efforts to deliver the boardroom perspective to regulators and policymakers in a way that builds trust among governance stakeholders and fosters long-term corporate success.

ACCREDITATION 4 Collaborative NACD Fellowship ® Credits

21

NACD PEER-TO-PEER PROGRAMS

NACD GENERAL COUNSEL PROGRAMMING } NACDonline.org/GeneralCounsel OVERVIEW: As part of our continuing goal of equipping boards with the information they need to create long-term value for businesses, NACD has created the Strategic-Asset General Counsel initiative. The initiative recognizes the unique position general counsel hold relative to their boards of directors, and provides a unique view into how today’s general counsel are helping to shape strategy in the boardroom. This initiative will aim to provide general counsel with unique insights from directors, subject-matter experts, and fellow general counsel in order to help identify effective strategies for continued partnership with the board. Led by a General Counsel Steering Committee, the initiative will include a quarterly webinar series, a peer-to-peer event, and General Counsel-specific resources. PARTICIPANT PROFILE: These events are designed for progressive general counsel looking to align director expectations, deepen their understanding of governance issues, and elevate their role in the boardroom. EXPERIENCE: Join NACD for a live, peer-to-peer event with more than 100 general counsel—or tune in for our quarterly webinar series.

ACCREDITATION 4 Collaborative NACD Fellowship® Credits CLE Eligible

2018 PRICING $1,295 Price for members and nonmembers

DATE AND LOCATION Strategic-Asset General Counsel

Washington DC February 12, 2018

Complimentary Webinars For members and nonmembers

NACD EVENTS & PROGRAMS CATALOG

22

NACD PEER-TO-PEER PROGRAMS

NACD PEER EXCHANGES } NACDonline.org/PeerExchange

OVERVIEW: These highly interactive events provide an exclusive setting to speak candidly and confidentially about your boardroom challenges, successes, and insights. PARTICIPANT PROFILE: Participation is by invitation only. Experienced directors will engage with their peers in guided discussions led by experts from the country’s top global professional- services firms. EXPERIENCE: Network with leading directors and boardroom influencers, gain valuable insights while sharing your own best practices, and tackle the pressing issues that matter most to you and your board.

2018 PRICING Complimentary for members and nonmembers

DATES AND LOCATIONS Peer Exchanges are added monthly in various locations

ACCREDITATION NACD Fellowship ®Credits vary CLE Eligible

23

NACD FLEXIBLE LEARNING PROGRAMS

‘‘ 

NACD helps directors stay in front of emerging issues, before they become issues in your boardroom. ’’ Gregory Pratt Chair, Carpenter Technology Corp. Tredegar Corp. (Nom/Gov Committee Chair)

NACD EVENTS & PROGRAMS CATALOG

24

NACD FLEXIBLE LEARNING PROGRAMS

NACD WEBINARS } NACDonline.org/Webinars

OVERVIEW: NACD offers four complimentary webinar series designed to strengthen your boardroom practices and help you stay abreast of emerging governance issues: ƒ ƒ Audit Committee Series ƒ ƒ Boardroom Excellence Series ƒ ƒ Compensation Committee Series ƒ ƒ Specialty Webinar Series PARTICIPANT PROFILE: Webinars are open to members and nonmembers. All directors and executives seeking convenient and comprehensive governance updates will benefit from participation. EXPERIENCE: Tune in monthly along with directors from all over the world for timely updates and an opportunity to ask your most-pressing governance questions. Download the discussions at your convenience from our archives.

2018 PRICING Complimentary for members and nonmembers

DATES Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Mar. 22 May 3 May 17

ACCREDITATION Live webinars award 1 Skill

Aug. 9 Sep. 13 Oct. 25 Dec. 13

Credit toward NACD Fellowship ®. (Archived webinars and videos do not award Fellowship credit.)

25

NACD FLEXIBLE LEARNING PROGRAMS

NACD CYBER-RISK CERTIFICATE COURSE } NACDonline.org/CyberCertificate

OVERVIEW: Developed alongside the CERT Division of the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, this online, self-paced course is designed to help directors and senior executives oversee cyber risk. The course confers the CERT Certificate, a tangible credential that demonstrates a firm commitment to cybersecurity literacy. PARTICIPANT PROFILE: Designed for directors and senior executives looking to increase their cyberliteracy and their understanding of the board’s role in cyber-risk oversight. EXPERIENCE: The NACD Cyber-Risk Oversight Program is a self-paced, 16-hour online course. Participants have 12 months to complete the course and pass the final exam to earn the CERT Certificate in Cybersecurity Oversight.

2018 PRICING $3,995 Price for members $4,495 Price for nonmembers

DATE AND LOCATION Online Your Schedule

ACCREDITATION 22 NACD Fellowship® Skill Credits, 24 CPE Credits

NACD EVENTS & PROGRAMS CATALOG

26

NACD FLEXIBLE LEARNING PROGRAMS

NACD IN-BOARDROOM CUSTOMIZED LEARNING } NACDonline.org/InBoardroom

OVERVIEW: NACD provides confidential, customized, in-boardroom programs and consultations for directors and C-suite executives. Sessions cover a variety of topics that are facilitated by sitting directors and subject-matter experts, who bring real-world experience directly to your board. Each unique program takes into account your board’s challenges and inner workings to advance positive outcomes in the boardroom. FACULTY: NACD’s in-boardroom faculty comprises more than 40 sitting directors and subject- matter experts with industry and boardroom experience to support your board’s development needs. A faculty member is assigned based on his or her experience relevant to your company’s needs, industry, and operating environment. EXPERIENCE: NACD in-boardroom programs offer practical guidance that directors can immediately implement around core and specialized topics from an objective, third-party expert. POPULAR TOPICS: Board & committee effectiveness, board & management dynamics, board skills and composition, business disruption, culture as a corporate asset, cyber risk, director onboarding, enterprise-risk management, fiduciary duties, shareholder activism, strategic planning & oversight, succession planning, and more.

DATES AND LOCATIONS Your board meeting or retreat  Duration varies; sessions typically last four hours.

CONTACT Schedule a call to learn more about in-boardroom programs

ACCREDITATION NACD Fellowship® Credits vary.

Earns NACD Fellowship® Credits: Provide your board members with credit toward NACD Fellowship® and demonstrate to stakeholders a commitment to continuous improvement.

BoardServices@NACDonline.org 571-367-3700

27

NACD FLEXIBLE LEARNING PROGRAMS

NACD CHAPTERS } NACDonline.org/Chapters

OVERVIEW: NACD’s 22 chapters provide directors with a collaborative forum for sharing experiential knowledge and understanding tomorrow’s boardroom challenges, and an opportunity to further enhance responsible board leadership. Chapter programing enables directors to hear from and network with their peers on a more regular basis. Programs cover global issues affecting all directors as well as topics that are specifically of interest to organizations located in the chapter’s region. PARTICIPANT PROFILE: All directors interested in tapping into the experience of other board members will benefit through their engagement with NACD chapters. As a member of NACD, directors have access to all 22 NACD chapters and are welcome to attend chapter events wherever they live or travel. EXPERIENCE: Held monthly, chapter programs enhance the value of NACD membership by providing members with direct access to leading industry experts and Fortune 500 director speakers, in-depth exploration of timely topics that inspire boardroom confidence and optimize performance, and peer-to-peer dialogue about cyber risk, CEO succession planning, activism, leadership, and other critical boardroom issues.

2018 PRICING Pricing varies by event

ACCREDITATION NACD Fellowship® Credits vary by event

NACD EVENTS & PROGRAMS CATALOG

28

Event Calendar

2018

Register online at NACDonline.org/Events or call your membership advisor at 571-367-3700

FELLOWSHIP FOUNDATION COURSES

DATE

LOCATION

FELLOWSHIP CREDITS

Mar. 6–8 May 15–17 Aug. 15–17 Your schedule

Atlanta, GA Seattle, WA

Director Professionalism ® Boardroom fundamentals for new and aspiring public company directors Advanced Director Professionalism ® Training for current and aspiring lead directors, board and committee chairs Master Class Thought leadership for experienced lead directors, board and committee chairs CES ® Experience Begin 2018 ahead of the curve with advanced boardroom insights into the innovations and megatrends poised to disrupt every industry across the globe. From Battlefield to Boardroom Global Cyber Forum Defend your companies against the most critical cybersecurity issues that threaten to exploit and destabilize our global infrastructure. Future Trends Gain insights into future trends, including social-demographic shifts, geopolitics, technology, and much more. Entrepreneurial Governance Forum Discover leading boardroom practices for the future success of pre- and post-IPO companies. Technology Symposium Strengthen the board’s role in overseeing technology risks and opportunities with exclusive access to Silicon Valley’s industry experts and venture capitalists. SPECIALTY EVENTS

Westlake Village, CA Online

Austin, TX Naples, FL

June 11–12 Dec. 3–4

Austin, TX Newport Beach, CA Naples, FL

June 14–15 Aug. 20–21 Dec. 6–7

Las Vegas, NV

Jan. 9 –11

6 Skill + 4 Collaborative

Washington, DC

Feb. 21–23

Geneva, Switzerland

Apr. 17–18

6 Skill + 4 Collaborative

Austin, TX

June 13

6 Skill + 4 Collaborative

San Francisco, CA

July 9

4 Skill + 4 Collaborative

East Palo Alto, CA

July 12–13

6 Skill + 4 Collaborative

Global Board Leaders’ Summit The largest and most important director forum in the world.

Washington, DC

Sept. 29–Oct. 2

10 Skill + 12 Collaborative

29

VIRTUAL

Cyber-Risk Oversight Certificate Secure the premier cyber credential for directors. Webinars Engaging Management on the Workforce of the Future Director Compensation Series Compensation Committee Series Boardroom Excellence Series

Your Schedule

Online

22 Skill

Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Mar. 22 May 3 May 17 Aug. 9 Sept.13 Oct. 25 Dec. 13

Online

1 Skill

Compensation Committee Series Compensation Committee Series Compensation Committee Series Boardroom Excellence Series Compensation Committee Series

PEER EXCHANGES

Leading Minds of Governance * Exchange ideas, insights, and real-world stories on all things governance with boardroom experts and governance gurus. Leading Minds of Compensation * Discuss the latest executive and director compensation challenges and trends with your fellow committee members and leading compensation experts. Advisory Councils * Invitation-only councils bring together experienced committee chairs from Fortune 500 companies with key shareholder representatives, regulators, and other stakeholders. Topic-Based Roundtables * Private, small-group discussions are added throughout the year. The Strategic-Asset General Counsel * Designed for progressive general counsel looking to elevate their role in the boardroom.

San Francisco, CA New York, NY

July 10 Nov. 28

3 Collaborative

Mar. 5 Apr. 11

Atlanta, GA New York, NY

3 Collaborative

Washington, DC New York, NY

Biannually

4 Collaborative

3 Collaborative

Feb. 12

Washington, DC

CLE Eligible 4 Collaborative

*By invitation-request only

NACD FELLOWSHIP ® NACDonline.org/Fellowship

IN-BOARDROOM PROGRAMS NACDonline.org/InBoardroom

CHAPTER EVENTS NACDonline.org/Chapters

NACD’s 22 chapters provide directors with a forum for sharing experiential knowledge, seeing over the horizon, and enhancing leadership.

Attend a foundation course and earn credits toward NACD Fellowship — The Gold Standard Director Credential® .

Looking for customized education? We will work with you to develop a confidential program for your board and deliver it right in your boardroom.

FOR MORE INFORMATION E-mail: Chapters@NACDonline.org Call: 571-367-3700

FOR MORE INFORMATION E-mail: Fellowship@NACDonline.org Call: 571-367-3638

FOR MORE INFORMATION E-mail: InBoardroom@NACDonline.org Call: 571-367-3700

NACD EVENTS & PROGRAMS CATALOG

30

‘‘ As an active NACD

Fellow, I have confidence knowing I am staying current and I am supported by a well- respected credential and the best director education possible. ’’ Dona D. Young Lead Independent Director, Foot Locker Inc.; Director, Aegon N.V., Saint James School, Save the Children

Learn more. NACDonline.org/Fellowship Fellowship@NACDonline.org

31

1515 N. Courthouse Rd. Suite 1200 Arlington, VA 22201 Phone: 571-367-3700 Fax: 571-367-3699 NACDonline.org

01.18

Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24 Page 25 Page 26 Page 27 Page 28 Page 29 Page 30 Page 31 Page 32 Page 33 Page 34

Made with FlippingBook - professional solution for displaying marketing and sales documents online