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How we do it differently

A Board Accord Review is informed by -
  • Research and evidence-based best practice in boardroom dynamics, process, governance and evaluation
  • Experience – 3 decades training and consulting, globally (see testimonials)
  • Social and Organisational Psychology, Appreciative Enquiry, Mindfulness, EQ and Integral and Developmental Theory.

A Board Accord Review cultivates –

1. Reflection and Self and Situational Awareness to -

  • manage emotions in self and others 
  • adapt, innovate and contribute
  • prioritise and focus attention mindfully
  • challenge when appropriate
  • execute decision-making with greater ease and capability

2. Relationship –

  • Alignment of individuals within the team and alignment of the team with the mission 
  • One director, negatively engaged, is a critical loss of contributing talent.

3. Results

  • Measuring performance and facilitating an authentic conversation around values, culture, aspirations, communication, relationships, the business model, the environment, success factors, driver strategies, opportunities and challenges. 

"There's definitely a growing appreciation of the need to take climate change into account and sign off on genuine, rather than perfunctory policies and practices, in relation to this. However, there is also a growing imperative for boards to understand and capitalise on the tsunami of disruptive technologies and innovations that are on the horizon in response to climate change."
~ Robert Gordon, AICD Company Director Monthly, March 2016 – A Two Degree World

Be Inspired by a CEO and Organisation Leading the Way to a Sustainable Future

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Mindfulness in the Australian Boardroom – Do Less and Accomplish More!

This article was first published in Better Boards Conference Journal in 2014. Last month (Aug 2015) I finally got  ...click here for more

Can Boardroom Leadership meet the Challenges of Post Modernity?

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