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The board is responsible for monitoring the performance of the company, and challenging management to ensure the organisation is operating within the law, its objects and for the benefit of its stakeholders. In addition, the board should regularly review its own performance, and that of its members, to ensure it is contributing to the advancement of the organisation.

This section will help you identify what your key performance indicators are, and plan ways to monitor and evaluate progress towards these.

Video: Elements of the Leading Governance Model - Performance

This video outlines the Performance element of the Leading Governance model. One of the key tasks for boards is to monitor the performance of a company.

The aim of a board member review is to assist board members to realise their full potential as directors. This in turn strengthens the organisation. Board member review should be a regular and systematic process and this board briefing will help explain why it is necessary and what should be considered when conducting reviews.

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PDF and Word versions of the Board Member Review of Contribution Template

Use this table to help assess your board's effectiveness

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