Posted on 06/03/2017, 08:30
Organising a board meeting would seem to be a routine task; prepare an agenda, assemble minutes and reports from management, identify the decisions the Board must make, assemble all the pre-reading and get it to the Directors at least 5 days in advance.
How hard can it be? Easier said than done but by no means impossible…
Here are our 8 top tips for prepping an effective Board meeting:
Like most other aspects of business, running an effective board is about knowing what ‘good’ looks like and then putting sufficient management process and grip in place to make sure that it happens properly. If you would like help to get your Board working effectively for you, book a free business help session!
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