Join us for an engaging discussion on what it means to be appointed as a Director of a Board by sharing the experiences of long term Director David Pyott, newly appointed Director Christine Scheunemann, and George Anderson, who regularly represents Boards looking for their next Director. The discussion will also include thoughts on term limits, rotating Directors off the Board and expectations while serving on the Board.
Consultant, Spencer Stuart
George advises boards and conducts searches for directors. He leads Spencer Stuart’s Board Effectiveness Practice in North America, consulting with CEOs and boards on governance matters such as board composition, director recruitment and onboarding, board and director annual assessment, and CEO succession. He is a recipient of Spencer Stuart’s Lou Rieger Quality Award for outstanding client service.
George has been selected multiple times as one of the 50 Most Influential People in Governance by NACD/Directorship Magazine. He was named one of ten global “Rising Stars of Corporate Governance” by the Millstein Center for Corporate Governance at Yale University.
He has authored numerous articles on board matters for publications including Harvard Business Review. He is often interviewed by global media organizations and has been quoted on governance and leadership in publications such as The Wall Street Journal.
George is a regular speaker at events hosted by organizations such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD), and Corporate Board Member. He also convenes directors to support their development and leads Spencer Stuart’s New Director Program.
Before joining Spencer Stuart, George was a partner at Tapestry Networks where he convened several leading groups of corporate directors. Previously, George was a principal at Toffler Associates, a senior consultant at Accenture, and a corps member in Teach For America.
George holds an M.Ed. in human development and psychology from Harvard University and a B.A. in philosophy from Haverford College. He serves on nonprofit boards and is a governor-appointed trustee of MassTech, a public economic development authority in Massachusetts.