- An opening for your board to change?
- A climate of engagement and meaningful decision-making in your board room?
- New motivation and commitments from your board members to take action?
- Renewed vision and leadership from your board?
There’s a difference between having a functioning board and a high performing board. A high performing board not only understands its role, it thinks and acts strategically, practices shared leadership with the executive, enthusiastically participates in areas where they can have the highest impact, and actively promotes the mission of the organization. If you want visionary leadership and governing excellence in your boardroom, Amanda can help you:
- Change your board members’ perception of what it means to govern.
- Create a safe place for frank conversations that build trust.
- Re-engage board members in why they serve and what they want to accomplish.
Ready to catapult your board to the next level? Contact Amanda today.
It doesn’t matter if you are new to your role as a board chair or a seasoned pro who needs specific problems addressed, Amanda’s coaching helps you be a better leader in the board room. Check out Amanda’s coaching packages.
Whether you need a refreshing educational session that focuses on board roles and responsibilities, a thorny subject matter to resolve, or help facilitating your annual retreat, Amanda creates space for productive discussions that get your board to alignment and agreement on goals as well as a new level of collegiality and commitment. Learn more about meetings and retreats. And don’t forget to check out where Amanda is currently speaking on board governance!
Amanda grounds her work with boards in best practices from four sources – Heifetz’s Adaptive Leadership; Goleman’s Emotional Intelligence; Chait, Holland and Taylor’s Three Modes of Governance; and, BoardSource’s 12 Governing Principles that Power Exceptional Boards. After an initial board assessment, she helps executives and boards:
- Determine the critical issues and challenges affecting the board’s performance.
- Explore promising governance models and practices.
- Educate themselves on effective governance.
- Devise a board development action plan to achieve peak performance.