women non-executive directors

How can we accelerate the representation of female senior executives in executive committees and boardrooms?

The 2019 report of the Hampton-Alexander Review was published in November. This is the fourth annual publication of the UK government-backed initiative to improve gender diversity and balance in FTSE leadership. The report highlights two important facts: Women on boards – FTSE 350 companies have hit the target of achieving 30% of board roles held by…

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Thomas Cook: NEDonBoard press release

In September 2019, Thomas Cook entered into liquidation, impacting hundreds of customers leaving them without flights and holidays as well as lenders, suppliers, partners, landlords of the high-street shops, employees (21,000 of them) and pensioners. Like other corporate failures and collapses, questions have emerged around: The role of the board, senior executive team and NEDs…


Board dynamics

  In this blog, we discuss the importance of healthy board dynamics to increase the effectiveness of the decision-making process and create an enjoyable environment in which individual board members thrive.   What do we mean by board dynamics and why this is important? Board dynamics are the way individual company directors interact with each…

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NEDonBoard expert interview: whistleblowing practices

NEDonBoard is pleased to bring you some expert recommendations from experienced NED and trustee Paul Boyle OBE. At the time of this article, Paul Boyle OBE was the Chairman of the whistleblowing charity, Protect; a non-executive board member at the Government Internal Audit Agency (GIIA) and a NED at Mogo Holdings. He is a chartered…


Corporate Governance in Large Private Companies

NEDonBoard had the pleasure to welcome James Wates CBE (more recently knighted, Sir James Wates), chair of The Wates Group and chair of the coalition group for the Wates Corporate Governance Principles for Large Private Companies for an event promoting the Wates Principles. A recording of the event as well as an interview with Sir James Wates are available to NEDonBoard members below.