Blog Entries - 2021
Tip #75 What's the Board's Role in Strategic Planning?
In this Tip for Effective Boards, I would like to share how the Carver Policy Governance® model sees the role of the board in strategic planning. I am hopeful that boards not currently practicing this model may
Tip #74 How to Use Board Committees Productively
The following principles of the Policy Governance® model can provide insights relevant to a board’s use of committees. I believe boards not currently practicing the Policy Governance model may find them relevant as
Tip #73 Sample Board Policy on Servant-Leadership
If your board has decided to embrace servant-leadership, you may find it helpful to officially adopt a board policy on servant-leadership, perhaps something like the following sample policy. Board
Tip #72 Sustain and Enhance Your Board's Commitment to Servant-Leadership
After your board commits to servant-leadership, it is important that it attends to sustaining and continuing to enhance its commitment to servant-leadership. The following tips are presented for your consideration.
Tip #71 How Your Board Can Embrace Servant-Leadership
The following steps are suggested for your board to embrace servant-leadership: 1. Your board familiarizes itself with servant-leadership, the characteristics of servant-leaders and the values of
Tip #70 Additional Characteristics of Servant-Leaders
In this Tips for Effective Boards, we will describe four additional characteristics of servant-leaders. In our next Tips for Effective Boards we will turn to a discussion of what it means for boards to embrace the
Tip #69 Characteristics of Servant-Leaders
In this and the following Tips for Effective Boards, we will describe seven characteristics of servant-leaders. Then we will turn to a discussion of what it means for boards to embrace the philosophy or approach of
Tip #68 Should Boards Embrace Servant-Leadership?
Of course, this decision is up to each board to make. Each board decides on its own values and expectations for management and for itself as a board. Policy Governance® boards (and other boards as well) express these