A functioning board is key to the success of any organisation and relies on strong and effective relationships and communication between board members as well as with executive management. Without these competencies and skills driving an organisation forward, decision-making and governance may be negatively impacted.
This session will delve into how to optimise board performance through improving board room behaviours and dynamics.
Join Australian Centre for Healthcare Governance’s Jo-Anne Moorfoot and guest panellists who will discuss what behaviours and processes to strive for, what warning signs to look out for, and provide practical ways to foster and maintain positive board dynamics.
Topics to be covered include: managing challenging behaviours, ensuring that you have a productive outcome-focused board environment, how to set the board up to succeed in building relationships and setting performance expectations, ensuring all board members are engaged (including getting the best performance from quiet directors, managing any factions in the board, board room behaviours and values, and navigating conflict.
Encouraged to attend this session are board chairs, directors, secretariats, and executives.
If you're not sure whether you're with a member organisation, check our member list before registering.
This page is for on-demand registrations - you will not be able to attend the session live, but you will receive the resources kit and recording link after the event.
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