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Good governance is vital for the success of any  business yet the most appropriate form of a governing entity will vary depending on the unique character and stage of the business. Early on in the growth and development of a business, governance responsibilities may reside with the owners-managers, a small group of trusted advisors, or  members in titular roles with no formal business involvement. Learning about all the options in corporate governance structures can help stakeholders implement the appropriate level of oversight to grow and manage their enterprise with greater clarity and confidence.

Should address the following issues:

  • The leadership succession process

  • Employment policy including leadership development, career planning, employee reviews and compensation

  • Conflicts and communication

  • Ownership issues including shareholder and voting agreements

  • Business strategy

  • Ethics and Compliance

Corporate Governance

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