due diligence

Due diligence – a 14-point action plan

An in-depth due diligence process not only provides security but also helps you prepare more quickly for the role. You will also learn whether your expectations match those of the board, and then you can move forward with confidence.

Mergers and Acquistions: Why culture keeps destorying value

Mergers and acquisitions – culture destroys value

Mergers and acquisitions are difficult things to manage from a people and culture perspective. In this fascinating webinar, Lorraine Wrafter, a global human resources director, details the lessons she has learned about major mergers of substantial businesses with multi-million dollar turnovers.

What will happen to the UK economy

What will happen to the UK economy as it emerges from lockdown?

What will happen to the UK economy as it emerges tentatively from the various lockdowns imposed to fight the spread of Covid-19? Stephen Conmy spoke with the experienced chairperson and board member, Lord Mark Price about what the future holds for British business and how the world of work has changed.

10 things CEOs do to stop the board from discussing important matters

10 things CEOs do to stop the board from discussing important matters

Being a non-executive board member is difficult. It’s easy to be there for the ride, and not to challenge established thinking. Some CEOs don’t welcome challenges and have honed a series of often subtle and skilful ways to head them off. In this webinar Vivian Woodell will give some examples of these, and talk about how directors can ensure the important topics are never sidelined at board meetings.