Board Evaluation and Improvement
Classroom: £289 +VAT per person
The effectiveness of the board of directors plays a crucial part in the success or failure of any organisation. There are many recent examples of companies that have hit the rocks because key people at the top did not have a proper understanding of what was happening at an operational level.
This practical and comprehensive one-day course will show you how your board should operate in order to achieve maximum results. It will help you to understand how the skills and abilities of different directors should be harnessed to complement each other and drive the company forward. It will demonstrate how a high-performing board can set the tone and lead the organisational strategy most effectively.
The course will show you how to properly evaluate the effectiveness of board operations. It will explain the technical aspects of creating a thorough and on-going review process, helping to generate a culture of continuous improvement in board effectiveness.
The course is presented by David Joel, a foremost expert on board effectiveness, who has been coaching directors for more than a decade. David uses a mix of training techniques to deliver a course that is highly informative, very practical and thoroughly enjoyable.
The course covers the following topics.
Role of the board and its directors
Evaluating your board’s effectiveness
What should be reviewed?
Board review process
This course is essential training for all company directors, secretaries, chairmen and chief executives as well as non-executive directors. It will also be of enormous benefit to those who work with a board of directors in an advisory capacity.
David is a Chartered Director and has been facilitating, delivering and mentoring at senior management and director level for the last ten years in both the public and private sectors. He has also provided training and consultancy services to the Institute of Directors for 11 years and has broad practical experience of business change management and in mergers and acquisition.