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Why it is crucial to stay relevant – Janice Reals Ellig – CEO Ellig Group

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Q&A: Diversity in the Boardroom and C-suite

FW moderates a discussion on diversity in the boardroom and C-suite between Janice Reals Ellig at Ellig Group, Steven Cox at Fujitsu, Rohini Anand at Sodexo, and Carl Clarke at Vodafone Group.

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Nasdaq-Listed Companies Moving the Needle on Diversity in the Boardroom

The discussion on gender parity in the boardroom is evolving beyond equality as gender diversity is increasingly correlated with higher profitability—and Wall Street is taking notice.

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Financier – Q&A: Diversity in the Boardroom and C-Suite

“Like driving financial growth, responsible chief executives that champion equality do the same for talent acquisition – at the board, C-suite and throughout an organization,” – Janice Ellig

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Getting from a Good to a Great Board

You can do it though gender diversity. The qualified woman candidate for your board is out there—if you look for her in the right places and with the right process.

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Introducing The Ellig Group Board-Readiness Coaching Program

In addition to Ellig Group’s board advisory offering, we have recently launched the Board-Readiness Coaching Program (BRCP). The program provides executives with a six-month strategic coaching program to ultimately position them for a suitable, rewarding board role. The objective of the Ellig Group BRCP is the development of an actionable plan and tools to accelerate an executive’s path to corporate board affiliation. Ellig Group will provide highly capable and experienced resources including International Coaching Federation certified coaches, personal brand specialists,

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Corporate Governance – 10 Questions to Guide Boards Through the Pandemic

by Dambisa Moyo Harvard Business Review Some say that corporate boards only have value when companies are in crisis. If that is true, the 2020 global pandemic presents a moment for corporate boards to step up like no other. Management teams and their boards are juggling a wide array of concerns right now, from the health of their workforces to volatile equity markets to shuttered debt markets. Furthermore, many economists and policy makers have slashed GDP forecasts and now portend

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