Good practice for virtual board and committee meetings

What does good practice look like when holding virtual board and committee meetings?

This guidance was originally drafted amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, when the impact of global lockdowns was most acutely felt. Its key aim is to equip governance professionals and boards to make virtual meetings as effective as possible, whilst being cognisant of any practical and legal issues which may arise.

Produced jointly with Lorraine Young Board Advisory Services, it is written for companies but applies to all sectors.

Key points covered in this guidance include:

  • Choosing the right technology and communication channel
  • Structuring virtual meetings and avoiding complexity
  • The value of preparation
  • Establishing ground rules for the meeting
  • Clear instructions on accessing the meeting
  • The necessity for good boardroom practices

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