Thursday, March 29, 2012: 3:30 PM-4:30 PM
Chesapeake 4-6 (Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center)
Bill Musick, BS, MBA
1. Identify symptoms of low levels of board engagement
2. Cite key elements to reshape a board's culture over the long term
3. Identify some quick methods to encourage greater board engagement
Would your board members describe their meetings as "dynamic?" "productive?" "something I look forward to?" While recent studies have highlighted the important role that an engaged board can play in ensuring a healthy organization and good staff morale, increased scrutiny and tough economic times have resulted in increased pressures in the board room, with board members and chief executives finding their time together less rewarding, often leading to disengagement or even clashes. This session will provide you with insights and tips on how to increase the energy of your board and tap its full potential.
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