CNBC, November 8: The ideal chairperson for a company is often someone who doesn’t call attention to themselves, according to John Wilson, head of research and corporate governance at Cornerstone Capital Group. “It is a hope that she is going to be a counterbalance to the volatility of the CEO, someone who can bring some stable leadership to the board — that would be the best possible outcome,” Wilson said. “I would imagine if she’s doing her job, you should see a very quick effect.”

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