29th Annual Stanford Directors' College
The 29th Annual Stanford Directors’ College will take place from Monday, June 24, 2024, to Wednesday, June 26, 2024, and we invite you and/or your qualified colleagues to join us! (Please note that the program will now kick off on Monday evening instead of our previous Sunday evening start.)
Directors’ College is the nation’s premier executive education program for directors and C-level executives of publicly traded firms. The program addresses a broad range of problems that confront modern boards, including the board’s role in setting business strategy, Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG), CEO succession, techniques for controlling legal liability, challenges posed by activist investors, boardroom dynamics, and contemporary challenges including the state of the macroeconomy, the politicization of the corporation, and emerging ransomware and cybersecurity threats.
Now in its twenty-ninth year, Directors’ College brings together leading CEOs, directors, regulators, jurists, and scholars for a rigorous and balanced examination of corporate governance, strategy, and the evolving role of the modern public company board of directors.
If you are one of the following:
- Current or former Board Director of a publicly traded company
- C-Level Executive of a publicly traded company
- Board Director or C-Level Executive of a large or prominent private company
Go directly to the registration form by clicking on the button below.
Additional Applicants: If you are not a current or former board director of a publicly traded company, C-level executive of a publicly traded company, or a board director or C-level executive of a large or prominent private company, please fill out the application form at the button below to provide additional information.
Directors’ College is a program intended for current or former board directors of publicly traded companies, C-level executives of publicly traded companies, board directors or C-level executives of large or prominent private companies, or prospective directors of publicly traded companies who are likely to receive an appointment within the next 12 months. Acceptance of registration is at the discretion of the Program Directors, who may decline applications of unqualified candidates.
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