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How to be a good board chair : the key is to remember you're not the CEO / by Stanislav Shekshnia

By: Shekshnia, Stanislav.
Series: Harvard Business Review.Publisher: USA, Harvard Business School, Edition: 96 (2), March-April 2018.Description: 96-105, 10 pages.Subject(s): Governance | Boards | Leadership | Chief executivesOnline resources: Download from Online Journals Summary: Advises that board chairs often behave as if they are the CEO, creating conflict and confusion. Defines the role of a board chair with eight principles, including the importance of some impartiality.
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Advises that board chairs often behave as if they are the CEO, creating conflict and confusion. Defines the role of a board chair with eight principles, including the importance of some impartiality.

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