In the context of the organisational strategy and board governance, a skills-matrix review provides a clearer roadmap for chairs, directors, nominations committees and CEOs on what is needed to deliver effective performance and adaptive leadership.  With a   skills-matrix review, the real benefit gained is to move from a ‘tick-the-box’ exercise to one that helps the board, collectively and individually, build its capacity for good leadership, strong engagement and strategic value. Nominations committees need to continually assess board composition and director  selection processes .   We also help individual directors understand their style, approach and impact at the boardroom table.  Recognising the value of a ‘ high-performing board ‘ the review becomes a catalyst for strategic development, a constructive view of strengths effectiveness, hones governance tactics and improves impact. 

In the context of the organisational strategy and board governance, a skills-matrix review provides a clearer roadmap for chairs, directors, nominations committees and CEOs on what is needed to deliver effective performance and adaptive leadership.

With a skills-matrix review, the real benefit gained is to move from a ‘tick-the-box’ exercise to one that helps the board, collectively and individually, build its capacity for good leadership, strong engagement and strategic value. Nominations committees need to continually assess board composition and director selection processes

We also help individual directors understand their style, approach and impact at the boardroom table.

Recognising the value of a ‘high-performing board‘ the review becomes a catalyst for strategic development, a constructive view of strengths effectiveness, hones governance tactics and improves impact. 

 A combined board is stronger than any one individual and a board’s collective capability combines a range of individual skills, experiences and potential. Board member renewal and the skills matrix are an important element of the board governance framework. Boards are expected to have intellectual rigour drawing on a mix of functional expertise, industry experiences, qualifications and demographics for diverse business and governance perspectives on current and future issues.  Board selection decisions come down to four factors: context, capability, motivation and fit. Yet, who is the ‘right’ and 'best' director. This may mean selecting on potential and transferable skills.   We help nominations committees rethink some of their implicit assumptions about what a board director should look like and help guide the recruitment and selection process. We also help individual directors understand their style, approach and impact at the boardroom table.

A combined board is stronger than any one individual and a board’s collective capability combines a range of individual skills, experiences and potential. Board member renewal and the skills matrix are an important element of the board governance framework. Boards are expected to have intellectual rigour drawing on a mix of functional expertise, industry experiences, qualifications and demographics for diverse business and governance perspectives on current and future issues.

Board selection decisions come down to four factors: context, capability, motivation and fit. Yet, who is the ‘right’ and 'best' director. This may mean selecting on potential and transferable skills. 

We help nominations committees rethink some of their implicit assumptions about what a board director should look like and help guide the recruitment and selection process. We also help individual directors understand their style, approach and impact at the boardroom table.