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ONLINE ADVANCED PRACTICE FORUM: Sustaining the Integrity and Discipline of Policy Governance in Today's Climate
May 9, 2019

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May 9, 2019
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM (EST)

Presenter: Jannice Moore
Moderator: Karen Fryday-Field

This forum will examine the factors that have been found through experience to be helpful in sustaining the use of Policy Governance and maintaining the integrity of the system. What are the factors boards face today that result in risk to sustainability of the model’s use, and what actions can be taken to mitigate those risks?” Below you will find more information on Jannice and a summary of what will be discussed at the forum.

Session Outline

Sustaining Policy Governance Integrity
While Policy Governance® is over 30 years old, it is still relatively new in the timeline of the bigger governance picture. It is also significantly different from more traditional approaches to governance. How does a board sustain the self-discipline needed to effectively govern using this system? Board member turn-over, changes in CEOs, expectations of external funders, the surrounding culture – all of these can conspire to a board losing its momentum, or losing the system entirely.

In this session, we will examine some of the typical trouble spots that create the danger of losing momentum. Then we will discuss some habits that have proven effective in maintaining the integrity of the system, while still allowing for customization to meet the unique needs of different boards. Finally, we will think together about some of the sources of influence that boards and consultants can use to influence lasting change in their board’s behaviors.

 Jannice Moore photo Jannice Moore, President of The Governance Coach™, is an independent consultant to governing boards and senior management She has worked with the Policy Governance™ model developed by John Carver for over twenty-five years, coaching a wide variety of boards in its implementation. Jan has authored several books, including Governance for Health System Trustees, published by the CHA Press, Governing Membership Associations, and four Tool Kits on the practical application of Policy Governance, as well as co-authoring two books on the use of Policy Governance in school boards. She is a regular author in Board Leadership, published by Jossey-Bass, and has been an invited speaker at conferences in Canada, the USA, and Europe. She has served as member and Chair of several boards, including the International Policy Governance® Association and Wycliffe Canada.


Affiliate Fee: $120
Non-Affiliate Fee: $150

Registration closes at 5:00 pm (EST) on May 6, 2019.


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