The Effective Board – Processes and Procedures



Is it Time to Review your Board Processes?

Well informed and high-quality decision making is a critical requirement for a board to be effective.

Flawed decisions can be made with the best of intentions with competent individuals believing passionately that they are making a sound judgment. Many of the factors which lead to poor decision making are predictable and preventable. Boards can minimise the risk of poor decisions by investing time in the design of their decision.

Ideal for Directors and Trustees.


IOD points may be available.

In this full one day workshop you will understand how effective boards run meetings, the role of the Chair and how policies should be created.

Topics covered:

  • Board Processes
  • Documentation: Minutes and Agendas
  • Board Papers
  • Decision Making
  • Problem Solving
  • Registration of Interest
  • Working together as a Group
  • Role of the Chair