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.
Strategy Executives Council
The Council is designed for the senior most executive responsible for strategic planning organization wide. It provides a private forum for exchange of relevant ideas and issues. Members value the confidentiality and high level focus of the discussions.
Change & Transformation Council
Our mission is to advance the practice of change management by creating new thought leadership and developing capabilities for extraordinary performance.
Total Rewards Council
The Total Rewards Council brings together senior executives; most of whom have a remit extending beyond Europe. It provides members with an opportunity to discuss the most pressing issues on their agendas, widen their perspective and share best practices.
Division HR Leaders Council
Heads of human resources for major subsidiaries and divisions of companies across a variety of industries meet privately to discuss current challenges facing HR practitioners. Members value the confidential dialogue, expert speakers, and benchmarking.
Corporate Communications Strategy Council II
Executives engage in strategic discussions on corporate reputation, employee communications, traditional and social media relations, crisis management, community relations and more. Members value the confidential dialogue, expert speakers and benchmarking
Global Security Executives Council
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.