A two-day initial workshop, including review of the principles of Policy Governance and the development of a majority of policies other than Ends policies. Then an additional two-day workshop to complete any policies not developed during the first two-day workshop and develop an initial set of Ends policies.

Does your board feel it does not serve any purpose other than rubberstamping the leader’s ideas? As a board member, do you ever wonder if you are overlooking something but with no idea what it is? As a leader, do you go into a board meeting knowing there is a landmine but not knowing where it is?

All sports teams need a coach who draws on his or her experience and understanding of the game so the players can succeed. Boards are no different. They need someone from the outside to provide a game plan for the team and the perspective that challenges the team to be the very best it can be.

Do you find yourself in a relationship crisis or one in which you are experiencing chronic challenges? There are options. There is a way forward. There is hope. There is a future. Counselling can frame the questions in a fresh way and provide a perspective that so far you may not have considered.policies.

 

  • Ditch Your Board Executive Committee
August 25th, 2016
I have long advocated that boards stay away from having an executive committee. I wish I had written an FYI blog on the subject but Simone Joyaux of boardsource.org has written one so well that I have decided to.....
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A  two-day initial workshop, including review of the principles of Policy Governance and the development of a majority of policies other than Ends policies. Then an additional two-day workshop to complete any policies not developed during the first two-day workshop and develop an initial set of Ends policies.

Does your board feel it does not serve any purpose other than rubberstamping the leader’s ideas? As a board member, do you ever wonder if you are overlooking something but with no idea what it is? As a leader, do you go into a board meeting knowing there is a landmine but not knowing where it is?

All sports teams need a coach who draws on his or her experience and understanding of the game so the players can succeed. Boards are no different. They need someone from the outside to provide a game plan for the team and the perspective that challenges the team to be the very best it can be.

Do you find yourself in a relationship crisis or one in which you are experiencing chronic challenges? There are options. There is a way forward. There is hope. There is a future. Counselling can frame the questions in a fresh way and provide a perspective that so far you may not have considered.

       

 

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  • Ditch Your Board Executive Committee
August 25th, 2016
I have long advocated that boards stay away from having an executive committee. I wish I had written an FYI blog on the subject but Simone Joyaux of boardsource.org has written one so well that I have decided to post it. .....

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