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Evaluating your CEO Succession Plan Webinar

Register now for the complimentary webinar, "Evaluating you CEO Succession Plan" on November 3rd from 2-3 p.m. EST. This is an opportunity to hear tales from the succession wars and learn how your business can have an effective succession plan that can reduce shareholder concerns and mitigate potential company risks.

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If Planning for Succession’s mandate comes from the board, we must then be chosen, instructed and our fee decided upon, by the board. In such a case, we require direct and unconstrained access to the board and its chair, and report to and have our performance assessed by the board.

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