Introductory Policy Governance® Workshop

Then you are ready for an Introductory Policy Governance Workshop facilitated by Ted Hull, a consultant with The Governance CoachTM.

This includes:

This workshop is appropriate for:

To book the Introductory Policy Governance Workshop facilitated by Ted Hull, a consultant with The Governance Coach or to find out more, email us or phone 204.898.6740

Policy Governance® is an internationally registered service mark of John Carver. Registration is only to ensure accurate description of the model rather than for financial gain. The model is available free to all with no royalties or licence fees for its use. The authoritative website for Policy Governance is www.carvergovernance.com.

  • Is Your Mission Worthwhile and How Would You Know?
September 21st, 2017
When a board develops its ends as it implements the Policy Governance® model, it considers three components. These components include: (1) how will people be better off, (2) which people will be better off and .....
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Introductory Policy Governance® Workshop

  • As a board member, do you ever wonder if you are overlooking something but with no idea what it is? Does your board feel it does not serve any purpose other than rubberstamping the leader’s ideas?
  • As a leader, do you go into a board meeting knowing there is a landmine but not knowing where it is?
  • Are board agendas and decisions predetermined in pre-meetings held between the chair and the leader so that the board meeting feels like an FYI session?
  • Is the relationship between the board and the leader one of mistrust?
  • Do board members periodically resign mid-term because “my schedule doesn’t allow me to give board matters the attention they deserve”?
  • Are many of the leader’s decisions queried and critiqued against some invisible standard?
  • Do leaders resign with anemic explanations for their untimely departure?
  • Is the board disappointed by the failure of the leader to recruit new board members?
  • Do parking lot conversations have greater openness and passion than formal meetings?
  • Is appropriate conflict avoided by leaving problems unnamed and unaddressed?

Then you are ready for an Introductory Policy Governance Workshop facilitated by Ted Hull, a consultant with The Governance CoachTM.

This includes:

  • A one-day introduction to the principles of Policy Governance
  • Sufficient detail and opportunity for questions to enable a board to make an informed decision as to whether it wishes to proceed with implementing Policy Governance

This workshop is appropriate for:

  • Boards, CEO's executive directors and pastors who want to learn more about the Carver Policy Governance model
  • New members of a board which is already using Policy Governance
  • Boards which have implemented Policy Governance on their own or with an outside facilitator and now need a refresher facilitated by a qualified Policy Governance coach who is fully conversant with the details of the Policy Governance model.

To book the Introductory Policy Governance Workshop facilitated by Ted Hull, a consultant with The Governance Coach or to find out more, email us or phone 204.898.6740

Policy Governance® is an internationally registered service mark of John Carver. Registration is only to ensure accurate description of the model rather than for financial gain. The model is available free to all with no royalties or licence fees for its use. The authoritative website for Policy Governance is www.carvergovernance.com.

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204.898.6740
  • Is Your Mission Worthwhile and How Would You Know?
September 21st, 2017
When a board develops its ends as it implements the Policy Governance® model, it considers three components. These components include: (1) how will people be better off, (2) which people will be better off and (3) what is it worth to produce these results. One of the challenges that the boards of not-for profits face in establishing ends is articulating what it is worth or what is often referred to as "at what cost"......

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