Whether your organization (large or small) needs a “big fix” or simply a check-up, I can help you.
Some organizations need everything, the proverbial soup to nuts. Together we explore the distinctions between governance and management. We define the role of the board, move on to the performance expectations of the individual board member, and then focus on board member recruitment.
Other organizations just need a check up and some tweaking here and there. Often the tweaking involves designing board meetings that pay attention to corporate governance. And, sometimes, we focus on overly-powerful board chairs and executive committees.
No matter where you are, once our engagement is complete, you’ll end up with written policies and procedures. And your board and staff will better understand the distinctions between management and corporate governance.
Designing effective board meetings, the only time that corporate governance happens
Ensuring that the CEO fulfills his/her leadership obligations to ensure good governance
Evaluating your bylaws
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Simone Joyaux, ACFRE, Adv Dip, FAFP, Certificate in Philanthropic Psychology is an internationally recognized expert in fund development, board and organizational development, strategic planning, and management.