The chief executive and the rest of the board need to create a vision for the future, with clear objectives and a plan for achieving them.
A recent report identifies the need for a new governance model that reflects the changing responsibilities of boards and their leaders.
Stakeholder groups are increasingly demanding that boards focus on value preservation in their decision-making.
The NED Awards 2021 will recognise how non-executive directors are helping to guide firms through political and economic uncertainty.
If companies are to survive the coronavirus crisis, corporate boards need to exercise collaborative, proactive leadership.
Many of the risks affecting companies today are systemic. Responses that focus solely on improving individual business performance are inadequate.
The current pace of technological change is creating a level of complexity that is overtaking our ability to make effective decisions, says a leadership expert.
RELX Group chair Sir Anthony Habgood named FTSE 100 Non-Executive Director of the Year while Dianne Walker hailed as the Dame Helen Alexander NED to Watch.
Board leaders exist on stormy seas of change. The question is, can they stay afloat by adapting to the way the wind is blowing, or will they go down with the ship?
A new UK governance code to be published on Monday will offer flexibility to allow some chairmen to serve for longer than nine years.