Join us for a half-day of learning about one of the most critical issues facing directors and executives in today's corporate environment. Leading risk management professionals, industry experts, and directors will address risk management issues impacting companies at every level.
Join your director peers for a conversation about the
Principles for Creating a Culture of Innovation and a Peace Coliseum Tour.
The meeting will include a tour of the Overstock.com Headquarters -- the Peace Coliseum.
Directors in Utah went back to school for Exec Comp 101. Joe McNeal and Laura Wanlass from Radford in Denver discussed the key elements of the executive pay setting process, as well as the broader corporate governance themes that all board members should know.
November 29, 2018
November 30, 2018
· Park City, UT
The 18th Annual Summit D&O Conference was once again a world-class leadership conference dedicated to helping the boards of publicly traded, pre-IPO, and private companies improve corporate governance and best practices. The Conference provided an opportunity for directors and officers to hear valuable information from nationally recognized experts and thought leaders on best practices and strategies to improve boardroom performance.
Gil Luria gave a plain-English explanation of what blockchain technology is, how it works and what it can be used for. He explained how the lessons from blockchain are also applied to other disruptive technologies and how they impact a variety of industries and businesses. The discussion included crypto currency valuations and implications for public company investing.
Stay Fit for Purpose: How Can Boards, Both Public and Private, Continuously Improve in the Age of Disruption? With NACD Director of Research Friso van der Oord and NACD Utah Chapter Directors Cheryl Larabee and Clark Whitworth
Join us to celebrate and honor some of our state's most engaged and effective board leaders at this year's Outstanding Directors Awards luncheon. The Outstanding Directors Awards recognize individuals who exemplify knowledge, leadership and excellence in corporate governance.
Corporate directors can be held personally liable-both civilly and even criminally-for the negligence or misconduct of the companies they serve. Join us to discuss how you can mitigate your personal risk in serving as a board member.
Join us for an in-depth and lively discussion about cybersecurity and why it has risen to the top of a board's agenda. We'll go over real-world scenarios and claims where directors and officers were sued for failing to address cybersecurity issues. We'll also share practical tips and recommendations to help boards and C-Suites as they make their way through the ever changing cybersecurity landscape.
SkyWest, Inc. has thrived during some of the regional airline industry's most transformative years. As the only independent, publicly traded entity among its peers, SkyWest, Inc. is navigating an ongoing pilot shortage against the backdrop of a tumultuous political climate, partnerships with four of the world's most well-known major airlines, and two entirely separate labor groups. NACD members joined their director peers for lessons that they could take back to their boardrooms and firsthand accounts and insights from CEO Chip Childs, CFO Robert Simmons and Chair Jerry Atkin.
SkyWest, Inc. is the holding company for two scheduled passenger airline operations and an aircraft leasing company. SkyWest's airline companies provide commercial air service in cities throughout North America with nearly 3,000 daily flights carrying more than 53 million passengers annually. SkyWest Airlines operates through partnerships with United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, American Airlines and Alaska Airlines. ExpressJet Airlines operates through partnerships with United Airlines, Delta Air Lines and American Airlines. Based in St. George, Utah, SkyWest continues to set the standard for excellence across the regional industry with unmatched value for customers, shareholders and its over 17,000 employees.