The chair’s role in culture and conduct
A good chair holds themselves and others on the board and executive to account.
Directors have oversight of business strategy and risk. The impact of climate change on public policy and regulation, customer preferences and new technology is accelerating. In this webcast, the chair of He Pou a Rangi Climate Change Commission offers insights on the risks and opportunities facing directors over the coming decade.
Dr Rod Carr
Dr Rod Carr has extensive experience in both public and private sector governance and leadership. He served as chair and non-executive director of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand and served as deputy governor and for a time acting governor of the Bank. Dr Carr was the founding chair of the National Infrastructure advisory board and for over a decade was a non-executive director of the Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce. He led the University of Canterbury as Vice Chancellor for ten years, and holds a PhD in Insurance and Risk Management, an MA in Applied Economics and Managerial Science, an MBA in Money and Finance and honours degrees in law and economics.
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