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.
Procurement Leadership Council
Focuses on the strategic issues of reducing overall business costs, improving quality of supply, and enhancing customer service.
Council for CMOs
The CMO is arguably the least understood executive in the C-suite by both the outside world and internal audiences. We focus on marketing challenges in business transformation,including growth,reputation management,change management and talent engagement.
Knowledge & Collaboration Council
Executives engage in candid dialogue that seeks to advance the practice of learning and knowledge management and to underscore its importance to corporations. Members value the confidential discussions, expert speakers, and benchmarking opportunities.
Executive Compensation Management Council
This Council is exclusively for executives with direct responsibility for the creation and implementation of executive compensation programs. Members discuss current trends in executive compensation as well as share and problem solve challenges.
Council on Corporate Compliance and Ethics
Executives engage in strategic discussions on high level challenges currently facing chief ethics and compliance officers. Members explore emerging issues and trends and value the confidential dialogue, expert speakers, and benchmarking opportunities.
Tax Executives Council
This Council brings together heads of tax and/or senior finance executives responsible for tax from multinational companies. Its agenda focuses on how the tax issue will impact corporations in the future, and how executives can best prepare to meet the c