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7 Questions to Get Value from Board Meetings

communications psychology Mar 19, 2021
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How valuable do you find your board meetings? If you use them only to present results, share your learnings, or provide reassurance that you’re on top of things, you might be leaving value on the table.

1) Opposing perspectives

2) Experience

3) Network

4) Data

5) Approval

6) Accountability

7) Blindspot checks

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