The Top 3 Board Meeting Issues and How to Solve Them
Practical Tips To Keep Your Board Invested, Informed and Engaged
Some issues seem to occur over and over again in board meetings regardless of company size. We’ve put together a list of the three most common issues that can derail a board meeting and ways to deal with them. In this guide, learn how to combat the issue of derailed communication in board meetings and keep discussions on track. We also discuss how to help board members equally contribute to lucrative decisions and how to address board members who may be aggressive or threatening. Minimizing negative behaviors and conducting productive board meetings is imperative to a fully functioning board of directors.
In this Free Guide, Learn What to Do:
- When the majority of a meeting is spent discussing an issue and a resolution/decision is not made
When some board members regularly dominate discussion while others remain mostly silent
When a board member is aggressive or threatening
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