Getting the most out of your board evaluations
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- Expiry Date: 28 March 2019
- Duration: 60 minutes
A properly designed and implemented evaluation can allow the board to judge how well they are performing their tasks, whether they have the right skills in the boardroom and how governance processes can be improved.
This webinar will help boards and directors define why they want to undertake an evaluation — what are they trying to improve? And do they need to go a step further and understand what possible approaches they can take to collect and assess information?
The presenters, co-authors of the recently published book Reviewing your board: A guide to board and director evaluation, will discuss a well-established framework that can be used to develop a successful board evaluation process that is appropriate to every organisation — be it ASX listed, a small private company or a not-for-profit organisation.
They will offer practical advice on how to establish and run an effective board evaluation covering:
- An overview of a leading practice board evaluation process
- A look at the critical first stage of the review process — setting the objectives for your board evaluation
- Approaches to improving board outcomes — what type of evaluation will best serve the board’s objectives
- Wisdom gained from more than 1,000 board reviews conducted by the presenters.
James and Geoff have co-authored the book Reviewing Your Board. Now available for purchase from the bookstore
Purchase the book and get this webinar for the member price of $60 instead of $89 (32% discount). Once you have purchased the book, please use the ‘promocode’ EVALUATE to redeem this offer. If you have any questions email: email@example.com .
DPD Units = 5
James Beck GAICD
Professor Geoff Kiel FAICD
Managing Director, Chair
Strategic Governance Pty Ltd
How does it work?
Recordings can be viewed twice. You can fast forward, rewind or pause the playback at anytime. If you stop playback this will count as a view. Please ensure you view the whole recording to be awarded the allocated DPD units.