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    1. Building AI Leadership Brain Trust Blog Series For Board Directors And CEO’s: Emotional Intelligence And Social Skills

      Building AI Leadership Brain Trust Blog Series For Board Directors And CEO’s: Emotional Intelligence And Social Skills

      This blog is a continuation of the Building AI Leadership Brain Trust Blog Series which targets board directors and CEO’s to accelerate their duty of care to develop stronger skills and competencies in AI in order to ensure their AI programs achieve sustaining results...

       

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    2. How Boards Prepare for an Unpredictable Crisis

      How Boards Prepare for an Unpredictable Crisis

      As Tropical Storm Harvey, formerly a Category 4 hurricane that brought a deadly amount of rain to East Texas, makes its final landfall, and as North Korea's most recent missile launch over Japan may serve as prelude to more military operations directed at the U.S. territory of Guam, corporate boards are finding it difficult to prepare for a disaster that by its nature is unpredictable, executive search firm consultants said.

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    3. Cannery Row CEO Appointed to U.S. Travel and Tourism Board

      Cannery Row CEO Appointed to U.S. Travel and Tourism Board

      Balestreri said he was honored to be chosen by Pritzker to work with other tourism industry executives and owners on the most critical tourism issues facing the United States today.

      “Our primary focus is to grow international tourism from approximately 77 million visitors to 100 million by 2021,” said Balestreri. “This growth would be a tremendous boon to Monterey County’s tourism economy, as well as that of the state and country.”....

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    4. Is Ndamukong Suh Really the Best Board Candidate for Ballantyne?

      Is Ndamukong Suh Really the Best Board Candidate for Ballantyne?

      Does this make sense? What is Ballantyne's angle here? Celebrity endorsement? Can't they accomplish that outside of a board appointment. I'm not taking anything away from Ndamukong Suh. By all accounts he is a bright individual -- but his full-time job is as a football player. Is Ballantyne saying that Suh was the most qualified and needed perspective in their boardroom?

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