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Conducting a Board of Directors Meeting

Conducting the board of directors’ meeting is a challenging task that includes setting the agenda and providing background information for all attendees. It is crucial to keep your discussion focused on the issues and topics that are important to your business.

In the beginning, the presiding officer calls the meeting to order at the designated start time and makes sure that a quorum is present. The meeting then proceeds to discuss any officers or committee reports that need to be approved. Next, the board will review any key performance indicators (KPIs) that are set for the company to ensure they’re in line to meet their goals.

The board will then discuss new policies that should be implemented as well as ways to improve the current processes. The board will also discuss any upcoming events, or changes in leadership that need to be addressed at the upcoming meeting.

Being distracted by new discussion topics can eat the time of your meetings and divert your board from the most critical issues. To avoid this, it’s best to decide on an arrangement in advance that allows directors to “park” topics for future meetings to be discussed or investigated. Alternatively, it’s recommended to encourage your board members to meet prior to meeting with the chair or other directors to ensure that they can have their questions answered prior to time and focus on discussing strategic issues during the meeting. This will save valuable meeting time, and ensure an effective board of directors meeting.

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