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Best Practices in Moving your Board from a Good to an Advanced Board - Webinar

  • ID: 4985709
  • Webinar
  • March 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 60 Minutes
  • NetZealous LLC
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Some boards will have already started the journey of being an advanced board without finishing the best practices for being a good board.

This webinar will help board members to get on the same page in board development. It will be a high-level webinar as far as content but at a level that even new board members can understand. Each of the best practices will be discussed briefly by the presenter who has extensive experience in dealing with boards as a consultant to boards, a board member and a board chairman.

There will be time at the end of the presentation for questions and discussion. For each best practices, there will be an opportunity for each entity to respond as to whether that best practice is being conducted at their individual institution so that all participants can see whether the best practice has been implemented by the participants.

Why you should Attend:
This webinar will give clarification to the question 'With so many challenges and so little time, what should we accomplish now and what should we work on next in developing our board?' The webinar will eliminate confusion and uncertainty.

It will explain the best practices for a good board, and once those are accomplished, what should a board do to become an advanced board. The webinar offers a benchmark so that the board can understand where it stands now in best practices.

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • CEO/Board Relationships
  • Board Self-Evaluations
  • Orienting new Board Members
  • Conflicts of Interest
Who Will Benefit:
  • Board Members
  • CEO
  • Board Chairs
  • Board Officer
  • Chairman of Governance Committee
  • Board Liaison
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J Larry Tyler, FACHE, FHFMA, CMPE is the Founder and CEO of Practical Governance Group. Tyler spent the first part of his career as a healthcare executive search consultant where he conducted over 185 CEO searches and received a tremendous amount of experience in working with boards.

With the publication of the book, Practical Governance from Health Administration Press, he began a sub-career in governance for hospitals and medical groups. With the sale of Tyler & Company in 2015, he moved to working primarily in the governance arena.

J Larry Tyler active in governance both from writing, lecturing, and consulting. He has for 15 years taught the governance section of the American College of Healthcare Executives review course for the Board of Governor Exam. At the ACHE Congress on Healthcare Leadership, he has conducted the CEO Governance Roundtable for 15 years, and the Governance Forum for 6 years. He has written extensively on governance for Healthcare Executive and Frontiers magazine.
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