How Corporate Secretary Skills Are Evolving in a Modern Governance Era

Edna Twumwaa Frimpong
Just as the role and expectations of board members have shifted over the years, the role of the corporate secretary has evolved as well. New digital imperatives related to boardroom data, technology and the speed of business require corporate secretaries to wear many hats while constantly seeking efficiencies to streamline board operations.

In this episode, Lopa Zielinski, EVP & Corporate Secretary for HSBC North America, discusses the changing duties and skills required of today's corporate secretaries and what organizations should be doing to stay ahead of the curve:

  • What are the biggest changes she's seen around board member and corporate secretary duties and skills?
  • How can companies, boards and corporate secretaries plan effectively for tomorrow?
  • What are the core issues with how today's directors receive and consume information to support decision-making?

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