Chairing in the Time of Physical Separation* – Six Tips for Chairing Remote Board Meetings

Chairing a board meeting is hard work and you feel tired at the end of it, right?  I’m the same. It probably means you’re doing your job properly – actually your three jobs as chair: First, you’re managing the process of the meeting. To most people, this is your main role. Second, you’re still aContinue reading “Chairing in the Time of Physical Separation* – Six Tips for Chairing Remote Board Meetings”

The three things we talk about in Board-alone time, and two that we don’t

Some chairs tell me they don’t believe in board-alone time because it shows a lack of trust in the CEO. Others use it ‘as needed,’ if the chair or a board member calls for it. I don’t agree with the former, and I’ll explain why, but I can easily understand how the latter approach, ‘asContinue reading “The three things we talk about in Board-alone time, and two that we don’t”