Some organizations are designed for remote work. For others, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced employees, boards, and leaders into an uncomfortable transition.
“A seat at the table” has quickly become a seat in your home office. Mitch Johnson, Board and Volunteer Relations Manager for the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and a BoardEffect client, co-presented a webinar on “Best Practices for Virtual Board Meetings During COVID-19,” along with Dottie Schindlinger, Executive Director of the Diligent Institute and a founding team member of BoardEffect.
In this guide, we frame Mitch’s key insights around navigating remote board meetings successfully. You’ll come away with core best practices to ensure your virtual meetings are effective, engaging, and secure.
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“BoardEffect is really intuitive – not overwhelming – but what creates additional engagement by the board members is their ability to access not only board meeting materials in “real time” but also supporting documents that are all located in one easy-to-use tool. They are also pleased with the increased efficiency gained from my office that allowed for a decrease in board preparation from 8 to 16 hours per month to 30 minutes to one hour.”
Executive Assistant to the President and CEO, Mary Lanning HealthCare