It is essential that there are areas of agreement and conflict in the boardroom as this is one of the best ways for the entity to evolve. But what happens when it breaks down?
There are many organizations who can work with you on the rules, composition and procedures of a board but Eskil goes beyond this to also work with your psychology, behaviours, communications and wider collaborative intelligence. In the process, we also mediate conflicts between individuals, carry out individual performance intervention & turnaround and deliver tailored learning interventions.
One of the common causes of leadership decline in an organization is boardroom disunity*.
Using the full range of the Eskil PGCE model, we support boards in the issues of:
- Dynamics – facilitation, mediation, conflict resolution, board composition, collaborative intelligence, communications; board psychology
- Decisions – psychology of decision-making, problem analysis, critical thinking, decision-making techniques
- Finance – working with your audit partners as well as review of annual budgets, program budgets, ROI measurement
- Investment – effective investor relations, working with shareholder appointed directors, proposal reviews
- Risk – risk reviews, risk assessment, building and mitigating the risk register
- Strategy – strategy frameworks, competitive positioning, transformational strategies (e.g. intrapreneurship)
* Eskil Leadership Survey, June 2017
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