Disengagement, frustration and anxiety are not emotions we associate with good governance and yet are not unusual in board meetings. What can you do to make meetings more satisfying and productive when you are not the chair?
Expiry Date - Tuesday, 14 January 2025
Duration - 75
When it comes to ineffective meetings, directors and executives often feel like the victims and often blame the chair, but all directors bear some responsibility for making meetings effective
Join our panel including boardroom psychologist and experienced directors as they provide insights on how directors can deal with an ineffective chair. How they address meeting failures both directly and indirectly, whilst remaining respectful of the chair and mindful of meeting protocols. Much can be done inside the boardroom as well as out of it.
The panel will cover:
- Diagnosing points of failure
- Respectful chair feedback
- Pre and post meeting strategies
- Helping chairs during meetings
- Live interventions to get meetings back on track
By the end of the webinar you will have a heightened awareness of how you can support the chair and practical strategies for addressing ‘meeting failures’.
You can find the other topics covered in the Boardroom Behaviours webinar series here.
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