The Challenges of Serving as Board Chair of a Small-Cap Public Company

Inside America's Boardrooms

Around 75% of public companies are considered small-cap companies, which means that most corporate directors either serve or will serve on a small-cap board throughout their career.

In this episode, Sharon Gabrielson, Chairman of the Board, Sharps Compliance Corp., looks at the challenges inherent when serving on a small cap board – and the board chair’s role in developing an effective board and governance structure.

  • What are the unique challenges facing a small-cap public company board?
  • What are the key steps a board chair must make to ensure an effective board culture and governance structure?

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