Ten Practical Guidelines to Improving Board Communication
About The White Paper
As corporate secretaries, we regularly face a common challenge in relation to board communication: management prefers bombarding directors with as much information as possible to avoid being accused of opacity, whilst directors often complain that they are receiving too much information and it is being presented to them in ways that don’t highlight the key issues in order to stimulate the requisite discussion and debate, leading to less transparency and neither party’s objectives really being achieved.
This white paper will provide guidelines such as:
- How to engage with your directors to ensure you understand the type and quantity of information they would prefer
- How to develop a standard template to be used by management for all board submissions
- How to ensure you have a proper records management process and all communicated documents are properly filed