Jan 9, 2023
Board Development When Hospital/Health System and Foundation Boards Intersect Collaborating on a shared vision can boost effectiveness and efficiencies By Erica M.
Feb 22, 2022
Physician Engagement A Governance Model to Get Physicians on Board Creating a healthier work environment by Kevin Manemann and Karma H.
Jun 28, 2019
In this webinar governance expert Jamie Orlikoff reviews the rationale for board board chair evaluation, and outlines the step by step process for establishing an effective and productive board chair evaluation process.
Apr 26, 2019
A good coach focuses on what the board chair wants to accomplish and designs a coaching process based on how the board chair experiences the role; on assessment of individual strengths and weaknesses; and on identifying and addressing blind spots. Each coaching process should be customized to meet…
Apr 26, 2019
Making coaching available to an incoming board chair can build the chair's capacity to lead the board effectively.
Feb 14, 2019
Looking for tips to create – and keep – the board of your dreams? Wondering if that dream can ever become a reality? Curious to know how you can possibly create the board of your dreams if your board members are appointed or placed on your board rather than elected by current directors?
Sep 24, 2018
A successful governance education process requires commitment, collaboration and consensus. This resource serves as an outline of how a board of trustees may design a process that will ensure optimum development of leadership knowledge and effectiveness.
Jul 5, 2018
Despite the importance of the role, many boards do not give selection and preparation of the board chair the attention they should. In a recent survey by The Governance Institute, 64% of boards said they had established an explicit process for selection of the board chair but these processes often…
Mar 9, 2017
For a hospital board to be effective, it must first be engaged. Specifically, board members must actively and productively participate in the work of governing. This is absolutely vital in today’s health care environment, which is full of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity.