DIRECTOR AND BOARD DEVELOPMENT
A unique corporate consultancy
collaborating with executive teams and boardrooms to realise exceptional personal and organisational outcomes
Robert Gordon MCoun GAICD CCG (INSEAD)
Director of Programs at Board Accord
Robert Gordon is the CEO of Australian-based consultancy, Board Accord, with reach across Australia into NZ and Asia.He has two decades experience consulting, coaching and mentoring in the C Suite and the Boardroom.
He was invited by IBM and JP Morgan to introduce the discourse on Workplace Stress and Resilience into the modern Chinese Corporate economy, in 2004, presenting to senior executives in China, HK and Taiwan.
Over the last six years he has facilitated numerous board, chair, CEO and management reviews. His clients include listed companies, not-for-profit organisations, ports, government instrumentalities, indigenous organisations and trusts, co-operatives and sporting organisations.
He presents topics on Boardroom Performance and Dynamics at conferences and universities and is regularly referenced in journals
WHAT WE DO
Board Accord empowers boards to negotiate global Volatility, Complexity, Uncertainty, Disruption and Compliance
Board, Chair, CEO and Executive Team Reviews
Director and Executive PD Sessions
Presentations at Conferences and Universities
Director Placement Considerations
Can management and shareholders say, without hesitation, how their board delivers value?
One 30 Minute Online Metric
An anonymous, online, self and peer assessment, profiling individuals and teams
Informs an authentic conversation around organisational enablers – leadership, people, partnership and process.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. Our board is very effective – why would we spend time and money to review its performance?
2. Our board has a difficult issue. What difficult boardroom scenarios can Board Accord redress?
3. What were the drivers to establish Board Accord?
4. Why are “profit, people and planet” configured as boardroom outcomes?
5. Does Board Accord’s focus on ‘dynamic’ overlook process, governance and financials?