You will gain a better understanding of the abilities, character traits, and behaviors required to be a successful chair through this course. You will be able to arrange your continuous professional development and evaluate your strengths and potential growth areas. The course gives you knowledge you can use right away in your work by using insightful case study examples.
Our instructors are accomplished professionals with great real-world experience who specialize in governance, strategy, leadership, and finance.
The style, makeup, balance, and effectiveness of a board are significantly influenced by the chair. This one-day seminar provides a special chance to assess your function in light of the most recent legislative guidelines and industry best practices. You will acquire new insight, greater knowledge, and the abilities required to be a productive chair.
A meeting facilitator is frequently thought of as the board chair. In actuality, the board chair’s duties go considerably beyond that. The board chair keeps the organization or company’s best interests in mind. He or she establishes the tone for the meetings and promotes effective board leadership and governance. The Board Chair shapes the work and culture of the board while collaborating with the CEO or Executive Director. The direction and priorities of the board are influenced by a competent board chair. The board members are actively involved in this function, which capitalizes on each person’s unique skills.
You will learn the information and abilities needed to:
- comprehend the role and objectives of the board.
- what duties are involved in being a board chair?
- assemble and create a more effective board
- Analyze important director relationships and learn how to utilize executive and non-executive directors to your advantage.
- Organize and conduct efficient board meetings
Governance and Board Development Training Highlights
Function of the Chair
The board’s chief executive is the chair.
The chair of the board is in charge of:
- Ensuring the reliability and efficiency of the board’s governance functions and procedures.
- Serving as chair of the board’s Executive Committee, if one exists, and the Executive Performance and Compensation Committee meetings.
- Representing the hospital in the community and the board within the hospital.
- Upholding productive connections with the board, management, and stakeholders.
Board of Directors
The board chair makes sure the board performs its duties and upholds its governance requirements.
- Ensuring that the board performs a governance role that respects and understands the responsibility of management. The board chair is responsible for overseeing the quality of the board’s governance processes.
- Ensuring that the board approves a yearly workplan and goals that are in line with the strategic directives, mission, and vision of the hospital.
- Ensuring that the board respects and understands the role of board committees, refrains from redoing committee work at the board level, and that the work of board committees is in line with the board’s role and annual work plan.
- Making sure there are procedures in place to hire, select, and train directors with the necessary abilities, experience, and knowledge;
Who Should Attend
- Senior marketing directors or managers
- Relationship managers and
- Customer relationship managers
- Professionals in customer service, supervisors,
- Team leaders, and managers
- Sales experts, salespeople, and sales analysts
- Entrepreneurs and founders of startups
Trainers Available for:
- In-House Trainings
- Online Training
- 2 Hours Crush Program
- Half Day Program
- One Day Program
- Two Days Full Program
- Power point Presentations
- Engaging conversations
- Case studies
- Exercises in solving problems
- Focus Group Conversations
- Games in Management
- Skits and modeling the part
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