“Board session went very well. The CBE report was thought provoking - received a lot of compliments from the directors.”
General Counsel
A large NYSE listed company

How It Works

CBE is also available to meet with the client to present the report in person and for additional consulting services.

  • CBE’s CEO Evaluation covers critical areas of the CEO's functions in a comprehensive questionnaire where each member is asked to rate the CEO on a ten-point scale.

    10 Point Scale

    We evaluate critical areas of the CEO's functions in a questionnaire where each member is asked to rate the CEO on a ten-point scale.
  • The remaining questions are open-ended questions where the Board members can freely share their opinion on the CEO's overall performance.

    Share Opinions

    The remaining questions are open-ended, so Board members can freely share their opinion on the CEO's overall performance.
  • The result of the survey is a high-value, written report that gives the Board the opportunity to assess the CEO's  performance, examine compliance and assay critical CEO functions.

    Results

    We deliver a high-value, written report used to assess performance, examine compliance and assay critical CEO functions.
  • The report is presented to the Board and shared with a designated representative of the Board.

    Report

    The report is presented to the Board and shared with a designated representative of the Board.
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"Many boards today have internal evaluations conducted by the chairman or lead director. Although these evaluations are well-intentioned, directors may be unwilling to disclose perceived weaknesses to the person most responsible for the effective functioning of the board. A Corporate Governance 2.0 approach would engage an independent third party to design a process and then conduct the reviews. The process would include grading directors on various company-specific attributes so that they and their contributions were evaluated in a relevant way."
Guhan Subramanian
Joseph H. Flom Professor of Law and Business, H. Douglas Weaver Professor of Business Law, Harvard Business School

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