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Overview

All organizations, groups, and teams have a culture – weak, strong, positive, negative, or somewhere in between. Boards of directors are no exception. Effective boards follow logical rules when making decisions while ideally maintaining a collaborative atmosphere, but they are also affected by their cultures - the set of norms and values ingrained in the local boardroom. Some boardroom cultures promote effectiveness, but others skew toward complacency or conflict and this can lead to the board’s inability to discuss, deliberate, and weigh the potential outcomes of its decisions. This course helps directors gain an awareness of their board’s culture, helps them understand how cultural factors affect the board, and how the culture can be strengthened to produce better results.
KEY TOPICS
  • How boardroom cultures develop and how they impact the board's effectiveness.

  • Case studies in boardroom conflict and boardroom. complacency and what directors can do to limit threats and risks of a counterproductive culture.

  • How boards deal with risk, conflict and difficult decisions.

DIRECTOR COMPETENCIES COVERED IN THIS COURSE


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NRECA – 1 credit
CEU – 0.6 credits

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