Here are seven ways to deliver an effective induction process for board directors that will help them to quickly make a valuable contribution.
With many boards operating in crisis mode and remotely due to the pandemic, it’s vital new directors are able to make a meaningful contribution to board deliberations from the start of their tenure.
Unfortunately, many boards view the induction or onboarding process (as it’s increasingly referred to) as something that involves dropping a wealth of reading material on the new director, including documents such as annual reports, strategic plans, codes of conduct and so on, and expecting them to quickly get on with the job in hand.
This is not a good approach to take for the new director, board or the organisation—particularly when
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