Planning a Board Meeting – Key Points to Remember

To ensure a productive board meeting, it’s crucial to plan the meeting well. Meetings on boards usually have a set of deliverables to be accomplished, such as decisions, reports and strategic discussion. To ensure that your meeting will meet these deliverables, here are some key points to remember.

The day before your board meeting, make sure you know all the attendees and their attendance plans. Plan how you will provide the equipment or links to remote directors who might be required to attend the meeting via video call. Make sure the meeting space is accessible, and make sure you have the necessary equipment or catering.

Create a rough agenda that is based on the information contained in the board’s package as well as any concerns or requests from the board chair CEO and executive directors. Making sure that the agenda is set before the meeting can allow you to avoid last-minute scrambles, and ensure that you have enough time to discuss all of your most important issues.

The first item should be an assessment of the company’s performance since its last board meeting. This includes a reflection of major milestones, accomplishments and areas where the company might require more attention to. Think about how the company can proceed with new strategies for growth. This could involve discussing new markets, policies for customer service as well as investor relations. hiring new employees.

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