Galvin and Associates

Evaluate every meeting



Most boards can afford the time to do a short feedback session at the close of every meeting. A few self-assessment questions as a part of the typical agenda can be useful. They can simply ask what went well and what needs improvement. Or they can ask more specific questions like:

  • Did we treat each other with respect?
  • Did we listen to each other carefully and avoid overtalking?
  • Did we work together as a team?
  • Did we focus on the organization’s needs and not our own?
  • Did we stick to governing and stay out of managing?
  • Did we stay out of the weeds?
  • Does anyone want to offer an apology for anything?

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