There are many virtues attributed to an effective Board; an open and communicative culture, transparent information flows, strategic vision, attention to detail, to name but a few. But one of the less obvious virtues, described by Hemmingway as ‘grace under pressure’, and one which is critical in order to thrive, is courage.
Capturing hearts and minds through the language of governance
Andrew Corbett-Nolan, Chief Executive of GGI, reflects on the critical role language will play in establishing the future effectiveness of CCGs. Join the discussion here.