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The board's role in crisis management
The board has a critical leadership role in any crisis and a crisis can be a real test of a board’s effectiveness. This webinar will examine the ways in which the Covid-19 pandemic is changing how boards think about their role in, and approach to, crisis management and business continuity planning as well as providing practical guidance to boards of directors in a crisis management phase.

May 27, 2020 09:00 AM in Dublin

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David O'Callaghan
Partner @Board Excellence
David is a partner in Board Excellence and is an experienced chair, director and executive, with senior leadership experience across a diverse range of business, governance and stakeholder-facing activities with AIB, a publicly-listed, international financial services organisation. He is a former Non-Executive Chair and Director of the Board of Trustees of financial services industry pension schemes and numerous AIB subsidiary company Boards. David is also a competent and experienced board and governance professional having served as AIB Group Company Secretary where he was a valued adviser to Chairs, CEOs, Directors and Executives on promoting and sustaining the robustness and efficacy of governance and board arrangements and practices.
Kieran Moynihan
Managing Partner @Board Excellence
Kieran is the Managing Partner of Board Excellence, a specialist international board consultancy practice supporting & enabling boards of directors and individual directors excel in the areas of effectiveness and performance. Kieran has over 20 years experience serving on boards as a CEO & executive director, non-executive director and Chairman. Kieran is an internationally-recognised thought leader in the area of board dynamics, effectiveness, performance and corporate governance. He is a regular contributor to leading board publications and has developed ground-breaking new approaches to optimising the "people equation of the board", the partnership between exec and non-exec board members and enabling the board to excel as a high-performing team.