Speaking Appearances Archives

STRATEGIC ALLIANCE CLASS‐Student Course Evaluations
QUESTIONS TO STUDENTS:
1.  What are the strengths of the Professor or course? In particular, what did the Professor do to facilitate
your learning?

2.  What are the weaknesses of the Professor or course? In particular, what could the professor have done to improve your learning:

3.  To what extent did the course materials facilitate your learning of course’s subject matter?

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Larraine Segil, CEO of Little Farm Company, was a keynote speaker at the Banco Santander W50 Program, “Preparing Our Women Board Members of Tomorrow,” at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.

NACD 2014 Conference

Larraine Segil will be speaking at the Annual conference for the National Association of corporate directors on the role of the Chair and Lead Director.
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The topic will focus on discussion of  J.P. Morgan case study, What Do Your Shareholders Really Think? We are also working with NACD to provide members with education credits/CE for attorneys and accountants through attending the event. The program format will be as follows:

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First Southern California NACD

Larraine Segil Chairing the first Southern California NACD ( National Association Of Corporate Directors), WCD (Women Corporate Directors), C200 ( Committee of 200 Global Women CEO’s) event October 9 2012
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The 7th Annual USC Corporate Governance Summit brings together thought leaders from industry and academia from throughout the United States. Directors and officers of America’s leading organizations will find USC’s program practical, thorough, and a great value. The Summit teams USC with Resources Global Professionals, Union Bank, Aon Corporation, Bingham Mc Cutchen LLP, Cornerstone Research, National Association of Corporate Directors, Pearl Meyer & Partners, and O’Melveny & Meyers. The Summit will bring business leaders together with world class experts in all aspects of corporate governance from the USC Marshall School of Business, the Leventhal School of Accounting, USC Gould School of Law, and other leading universities. Read the rest of this entry

Speaker advocates for local alliances

By Sara Mitchell
Signal Staff Writer

Businesses should create partnerships and alliances to delegate tasks and to keep money and commerce local, said Los Angeles-based business author and speaker Larraine Segil during a Lunch Mob meeting on Wednesday in Santa Clarita.

Larraine at Corporate Directors program

Larraine at Corporate Directors program of Dec 7 2011 in La Jolla CA

Open Breakfast Event

Corporate Directors Forum Hosts Open Breakfast Event: Questions Boards Should Be Asking about Emerging Technology

In today’s businesses, demand for technology and data continues to increase, but technology’s growth is still outpacing the assessment, managing and monitoring of it. At its open breakfast event, Corporate Directors Forum is giving San Diego business leaders a chance to learn what questions boards and management should be asking about emerging technologies and how those technologies can be used to move their businesses forward in a constantly changing world. Panelists will share their points of view on how boards should be thinking about technology issues and will address the following topics:

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Keynote: Northrop Grumman

September 14th 2011 was a busy day for Larraine. She flew from Orlando to Dallas to present the evening keynote for NORTHROP GRUMMAN – at a gathering of the senior executives of their key suppliers – talking about how integrated and strategic supplier relationships need to be approached and managed more like alliances than vendor relationships.  It was a very collaborative active group of attendees with probing and complex situations and questions which led to a lively dinner discussion after Larraine’s Keynote. Larraine has spoken for Northrop Grumman on a number of occasions in the past – and is a continuing resource for the organization on these ever evolving relationship issues.

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