Fay Feeney is CEO of Risk for Good, an advisory firm focused on equipping CEOs to work with their board chairs to accelerate their boardroom effectiveness around emerging issues.
We work with CEOs to keep their board chairs informed on these fast moving, emerging issues:
1. Institutional Investors & Shareholder Communication
2. CEO Sucession and Board Composition
3. Strategy for the Digital Age: connecting, big data insights, crisis, business continuity
4. Next Gen
5. Sustainability, CSR and Public Trust
Risk for Good, was created to
help CEOs strengthen their relationships with board chairs and lead directors to navigate the disruption to their business
from a connected social, mobile and global world.
minefields can cost your company: time,
money and goodwill.
Risk for Good works
with CEOs to evaluate your exposure and leverage the opportunity from:
social media, corporate social responsibility, sustainability and the
multitude of other areas where your board needs to manage emerging issues and take intelligent risk.
Board leaders are learning to govern with a 24/7
conversation happening on social media. Risk for Good’s advisory services
help guide the modern board by ensuring that boards ask the right questions and
identify the potential minefields that can derail strategy, erode brand and
impact public perception.
Fay is briefing boards on *Techonomy and getting it on the
strategic agenda. *Techonomy is about the centrality of technology to
business and social progress and the urgency of embracing the rapid pace
of change brought by technology. http://www.techonomy.com/
Fay is the EVP of National
Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) Southern California Chapter and
chairs the Chairmen’s Roundtable Series for the chapter. Fay is a NACD Leadership Fellow 2012. In addition, she is Chair of the American
Society of Safety Engineering Foundation which protects people, property and
Fay has been selected
for the 2011 NACD Directorship 100, the prestigious list of the most
influential people in corporate governance and the boardroom. 2011 has been a year of recognition for Fay where she was honored as one of the 100 Women in Safety.
Our mission is to help CEO provide their boards information that prompts a strategic dialogue on the right questions about the big challenges of the day.
Risk for Good helps CEOs and their board listen and think in the quiet of their boardroom. In our always on communication culture we need to have time to prepare thoughtful answers to the tough questions addressing business today.
"We know that a long term perspective is important to keep on the agenda even if it is not urgent. This is critical to business success in a 24/7, always on, globally connected world."firstname.lastname@example.org