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Creating an effective board takes work and intent. We define Intentional Governance as: deliberate and intentional processes addressing board structure, dynamics, and culture that enable the board to realize its highest potential.

There are seven essential elements of governance: board recruitment, board structure, board culture, education and development, evaluation and performance, continuous governance improvement, and leadership succession planning. Each guide in this series is designed to provide takeaway tools and assist readers in developing customized Intentional Governance plans related to each essential element.

 


Board Evaluation & Performance: An Intentional Governance Guide: Trends, Tips, and Tools

Performance evaluation, through both individual board member assessment and full-board self-assessment, is a fundamental governance responsibility and considered standard practice for all boards. This toolbook discusses the challenges to effective board and director evaluation, and provides a guideline for how to effectively conduct a full board self-assessment, committee assessment, individual board member assessment, and how to use evaluation criteria for board member appointment/reappointment.

 

 


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