Session on 26 November 2019 11:00 UTC - View on timetable
High performing team cultures are generated by high performing boards and their ability to role-model best practice in all areas of their work. Helping teams surface one of the last taboos, namely the behavioural dynamics that may be impeding performance is a key enabler for change.
What steps can be taken to balance the board accountability needed in regulated environments around organisational governance, compliance, and risk, along with the tangible benefits of dialogue to create versatile, modern-acting organisations?
Our dialogue will focus on how Organisational Coaching Programmes can help to bring a fresh approach to board effectiveness and development which incorporates benchmarking, formal and informal reviews, capability evaluation, and the subsequent development and resource support needed to strengthen board and committee performance.
Karen Brice is a Director at Grant Thornton LLP. A passionate exponent, EMCC Accredited Executive Coach, Mentor, and ‘top team’ Facilitator in the multi-skilled Governance and Board Advisory team at Grant Thornton. Together the team supports chairs, CEOs and their teams to improve their effectiveness. Her track record extends over 25 years working with boards and senior management teams across the corporate, public and third sectors delivering executive leadership development that connects the dots between purpose, strategy and culture in the organisation, and so drives results. She has a proven track record across all sectors and has particular expertise in designing and delivering wide-scale culture improvement, from the visioning stage to workplace implementation.