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  • Committees | Governance
  • Published: July 10th, 2011

Are You Ready to Replace Your CEO?

Picking the bank's next leader is one of the most important tasks of the board. Here's how to do it (and not to do it), according to an experienced executive search consultant and a management professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

  • Committees | Governance
  • Published: June 14th, 2016

Investing in Formal Leadership Development and Succession Planning

As the baby-boomer exodus from the workplace grows in the coming years, many banks will find themselves with a groundswell of leadership positions to fill.

  • Issues | Strategy
  • Published: July 19th, 2018

How Midland States Bancorp Develops Its Future Leaders

An in-depth internal training program can help combat a competitive talent market.

  • Issues | Risk
  • Published: August 21st, 2015

What Bank Directors Are Worried About Now

Members of Bank Director's membership program reveal what worries them the most.

  • Committees | Compensation
  • Published: June 4th, 2018

2018 Compensation Survey: Board Composition a Key Issue

Directors and executives share their views on board composition and talent, and reveal how much CEOs and directors are paid.

  • Committees | Governance
  • Published: January 18th, 2013

Succession Planning for the Board

Seven steps to finding and promoting your next generation of great leaders.

  • Committees | Governance
  • Published: September 4th, 2017

The Three Critical Areas of Succession Planning

Change is inevitable in life, which is why it’s important to address succession issues head on.

  • Archives | 3rd Quarter 2019
  • Published: July 17th, 2019

Changing of the Guard

As baby boomers retire, succession planning and board refreshment will become more frequent items on board agendas. The 2019 Compensation Survey explores this generational shift.

  • Committees | Governance
  • Published: September 7th, 2011

Succession Planning Without Three Envelopes

Succession planning takes hard work and boards tend to make it a task instead of a strategy. Or, you could use the three envelope approach.

  • Committees | Governance
  • Published: July 6th, 2016

Succession Planning for the Board: What to Consider

Succession planning isn’t just for the senior officers. Here’s how to think about succession planning for board members.

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