August 29, 2019
Improving Board Discussions - II
Creating a Culture of Inquiry
Last week's Chair Post focused on improving your listening skills as a way of improving board communications and your relationship with your Head of School. In this week's post, I continue this theme of improving board discussions with a different angle: creating a culture of inquiry with your Board to facilitate healthy debate.
I share with you a publication from BoardSource, "Culture of Inquiry: Healthy Debate in the Boardroom" by Nancy Axelrod. "
In this book, we explain how to create a culture of inquiry within the boardroom — one marked by mutual respect and constructive debate that leads to sound and shared decision making."
To review the book's table of contents,
If you like what you see in the table of contents and want to purchase a copy of the publication from BoardSource for $35.00,
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