The Conference Board Councils bring together professional peers in confidential, dynamic, cross-industry communities to learn from each other's experiences, draw on the group's collective insight and our renowned expertise, and collaboratively explore solutions to members' most pressing business challenges.
Our Governance Center, China Center and Center for Corporate Citizenship & Sustainability gather distinguished executives in facilitated, private and public sessions to discuss pressing and longer-term issues.
Global Business Services Council
The Global Business Services Council is one of the first communities focused on serving the specific needs of the senior-most leaders working across business functions on a global basis.
China Council – U.S.
The China Council convenes senior executives of US companies who have a strategic interest in China and are concerned with developments affecting China’s economic outlook, its policy and regulatory regime, and its engagement with the global economy.
Asia-Pacific Compensation and Benefits Council
This Council provides senior Compensation & Benefits executives in the Asia-Pacific region a forum in which to share information, ideas, and create solutions to challenges facing companies doing business in the region.
Emerging Markets Human Resources Council
The Council provides an exclusive network for human resources professionals to exchange insights and to explore and better understand the HR challenges and opportunities relating to business development and growth in emerging markets.
Emerging Markets Finance Executives' Council
The Council provides senior financial executives of member organizations with the opportunity for select peer discussions on broad issues of corporate strategy, risk management and governance as well as pertinent topics in treasury, capital markets, tax.
Council of Corporate Security Executives
The Council provides an exclusive forum for chief security executives. Members engage in thoughtful peer exchange and best practices development on security management issues. Because of the confidential setting, the trust that develops is significant.