An effective and engaged Board can be just the competitive edge that many organizations need to reach their strategic potential. However, it is not uncommon for boards to grow stale, become mundane and routine, and fail to bring the wealth of their members' knowledge and experience to bear when making key decisions or exploring strategic opportunities.
In this interactive workshop, Lisë Stewart, Principal-in-Charge of the EisnerAmper Center for Family Business Excellence will share her 30+ years of experience in building and facilitating effective boards, highlighting the attributes and practices of great boards, including tips for re-energizing your board and dealing with performance problems.
Keynote Speaker: Lisë Stewart
Lisë Stewart is Principal-in-Charge of EisnerAmper’s Center for Family Business within the Private Business Services Practice. She has more than 25 years of experience in organizational development, strategic planning and training, and human performance management.
A popular and nationally recognized speaker, Lisë is well known for her advocacy and training for, privately held businesses. She offers case studies, humor and practical, no-nonsense advice to make her information accessible and realistic for clients and participants. Her training is in organizational psychology and small business, and she is the author of numerous articles on organizational and individual effectiveness, and business sustainability. Additionally, Lisë has been a keynote speaker on topics pertaining to small business nationally and internationally for over 25 years.
Thursday, September 12 at 8:00am to 10:30am
Clemson at Greenville ONE, 5th Floor Auditorium 1 North Main Street | Greenville, SC 29601