Governance Essentials Complimentary Microportal
Board Succession Planning
Align board experience, expertise and diversity with your leadership needs.
Board composition should reflect the combination of experience, expertise and diversity needed to successfully govern in today’s complex and transforming healthcare environment. Board succession planning and recruitment are essential to strengthening board capacity, not just filling an empty seat on the board.
governWell™ resources will help you assess the skills, knowledge and required expertise of new trustees, aligning those capabilities with the board’s future governance needs. Selected resources from the recruitWell™ module are provided complimentary in this Governance Essentials microportal. For more succession planning resources, contact us to learn more about subscribing.
|BoardBRIEF: Overview of Governance Succession Planning|
|Read This Before Editing Your RecruitWell Materials|
|Governance Skills and Experience Matrix|
|Trustee Candidate Overview and Application|
|Board Member Job Description|
Keep your board on the leading edge with excellent insights
High performance governance in today’s environment is critical. Every board member must clearly understand and be capable of carrying out his or her responsibilities at the highest level of…
Every board works to be effective, to be engaged in meaningful work, and to be supportive of the work of the organization. To achieve those goals, a board must…
It is vital that each board member take their responsibilities seriously and pledge their best efforts to follow this code of conduct.
GovernWell™ is the leading source for valuable educational programs, BoardBRIEFs, articles, and customizable resources that will enable your board to advance its knowledge, skills, structure, practices and capacity for success in today’s increasingly challenging environment. governWell™ includes everything your hospital or health system needs to custom-tailor and implement governance-building initiatives.
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