BOARD GOVERNANCE COACHINGSERVICES
Areas covered may include:
- Understanding models of governance vs management
- Determining which model meets the needs of the board
- Outlining the differences between governance and management
- Writing governance constitution, by-laws, and policies
- Identifying the skills needed by board members
- Providing professional development for board members
- Facilitating the development of organizational culture change strategies
- Facilitating public consultations
- Outlining what needs to be done to meet accountability requirements of the board as a whole, of committees, of the board members, of the CEO.
What Clients Are Saying
Paula Sheppard, CEO of NLOWE
The board governance training we did was fantastic. It was especially useful when we talked about conflict of interest and board members working on the organizations contracts.
We now have a clear understanding as to why we do not do business with our board members. We are all now thinking more strategically and better understand the role of management vs. governance.
I felt that the exercises were a very good part of the session. This made all of us think about some of the hard questions with respect to the role of management and board members.
This approach is more practical and hand-on and works much better than lecture style.
Dr. Kelleher-Flight’s presentation helped us meet our conference goal by providing information to benefit delegates in their respective businesses. We were very pleased with the positive comments on your workshop.
I found Dr. Kelleher-Flight to be very informative and engaging. What could have been a very tiring session was actually energizing.
Dr. Kelleher-Flight’s knowledge of strategic planning was excellent. I learned a lot. She kept us on task and within the timelines.
The goals of each session were reached. We also began to think about what kind of board we are (which is very important to us at this time). Overall, I found it very useful. Thank you.
Dr. Kelleher-Flight is very knowledgeable on the subject of governance.
She kept us focused on the task at hand and involved us in the discussions on each aspect of governance. She quite willingly and capably answered our questions. She makes the distinction between governance and management quite clear.
About Dr. Brenda Kelleher-Flight
Brenda is highly proficient at leading not-for-profit boards, college boards, school boards, aboriginal councils/governments/boards, and business teams. Specific areas of expertise include research, governance policy, strategic and business plan development, risk analysis, management policy development, and formulating/updating of constitutions and bylaws.
Brenda’s research in the area of board governance, decision making and defining and creating the distinction between governance and management is invaluable, as she supports boards and individuals to fulfill their personal and professional goals. She is skilled at ensuring that decisions are made only by those who know the organization. She provides the framework and ensures that all those charged with decision making are aware of the potential advantages and disadvantages of various options.
She is a master at moving quickly to the root of each issue, while working skillfully with the legislative, policy, and resource context of the organization. Her knowledge and expertise are invaluable in assisting teams to scan, evaluate, and make decisions to meet their legal and moral obligations.