The Role of the Chair in Driving Performance

In a tighter operating landscape, Chairs and non-executive directors need to be closer to executives and the core drivers of business performance. Criticaleye’s Emily Jones talks to Vanda Murray, an experienced Chair and Senior Independent Director, about the core areas to focus on to drive Board effectiveness.

Featuring commentary from:

Vanda Murray, Chair of Marshalls Plc, Yorkshire Water and Senior Independent Director at Bunzl.




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