For CEOs and Directors of Corporate Boards, Non-Profit Boards, Committees, and Team Leaders
Learning how to nurture the bonds of connection is an important task. Positive emotional connections provide a dependable web of loyalty and trust. And that is what gives board members feelings of fulfillment and satisfaction. Instinctively, we know that when we can rely on each other for help, we function better. The emotional connection perspective recognizes the need for connection with people we work with and identifies healthy dependency for creating stronger board and teams.
This guide helps to plan and conduct board and team meetings in a way to periodically nurture the bond for members to perform and best meet the needs of your company. The structures in this guide are designed to be implemented independently of one another others and the components are intended to be flexible. This versatility will allow you to pull directors together and prevent from getting stuck and instead to move forward to address challenges together.
Directors and leaders who have used this guide have positively impacted their board’s creativity, decisions, and long-term success. Great performance is derived from a highly dynamic board—a board that reinforces good values stays emotionally connected to withstand challenges and stays on track together.