The Better Boards Podcast

Yes, a board´s effectiveness does matter! The link between effective boards and organisational performance

January 16, 2020 Season 1 Episode 9
The Better Boards Podcast
Yes, a board´s effectiveness does matter! The link between effective boards and organisational performance
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The Better Boards Podcast
Yes, a board´s effectiveness does matter! The link between effective boards and organisational performance
Jan 16, 2020 Season 1 Episode 9
Dr Sabine Dembkowski & Steve Maslin

Our mission at Better Boards www.better-boards.com is to provide proven solutions for creating more effective boards. Our evidence-based board evaluations and board development programmes deliver tangible results.

To fulfil our mission, we listen and give a voice to all who care about creating better boards - Chairs, CEOs, Senior Independent Directors (SIDs), Non-Executive Directors (NEDs), Company Secretaries, academicians, investors, and regulators.

All the views expressed in our podcasts are the views of our podcast partners and not those of Better Boards. 

I am delighted that Steve Maslin is joining me this week. 

Steve is the immediate Past Chair of the Partnership Oversight Board of Grant Thornton -  the world's sixth-largest professional services network of independent accounting and consulting member firms which provide assurance, tax and advisory services to privately held businesses, public interest entities, and public sector entities. After almost three decades at Grant Thornton, Steven has established an impressive portfolio of roles on Commercial boards, Charity boards and committee that include Nuffield Health, Ark Schools, The Royal Collections Trust, The Gurkha Museum, and most latterly Chair of an unlisted building company.

Every time you tune in, we’ll help you to develop and reinvigorate your board know-how and practice with insights, data, and practical advice. As a note for your diary, new episodes are available every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month. 
  
You can subscribe to the Better Boards podcast series on Apple or Google Podcast to never miss an episode. 
  
 Please register with your email to receive our newsletter and register your interest to attend our breakfast briefings. sabine.dembkowski@better-boards.com. 

Show Notes

Our mission at Better Boards www.better-boards.com is to provide proven solutions for creating more effective boards. Our evidence-based board evaluations and board development programmes deliver tangible results.

To fulfil our mission, we listen and give a voice to all who care about creating better boards - Chairs, CEOs, Senior Independent Directors (SIDs), Non-Executive Directors (NEDs), Company Secretaries, academicians, investors, and regulators.

All the views expressed in our podcasts are the views of our podcast partners and not those of Better Boards. 

I am delighted that Steve Maslin is joining me this week. 

Steve is the immediate Past Chair of the Partnership Oversight Board of Grant Thornton -  the world's sixth-largest professional services network of independent accounting and consulting member firms which provide assurance, tax and advisory services to privately held businesses, public interest entities, and public sector entities. After almost three decades at Grant Thornton, Steven has established an impressive portfolio of roles on Commercial boards, Charity boards and committee that include Nuffield Health, Ark Schools, The Royal Collections Trust, The Gurkha Museum, and most latterly Chair of an unlisted building company.

Every time you tune in, we’ll help you to develop and reinvigorate your board know-how and practice with insights, data, and practical advice. As a note for your diary, new episodes are available every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month. 
  
You can subscribe to the Better Boards podcast series on Apple or Google Podcast to never miss an episode. 
  
 Please register with your email to receive our newsletter and register your interest to attend our breakfast briefings. sabine.dembkowski@better-boards.com. 

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