Are you satisfied with your boardroom performance?
- Is your board a driver for value creation?
- How Would you rate your board’s impact on the organization?
- Is your board leading your company in times of change?
- Would you like to build or rebuild a board?
- Do you know the key metrics and characteristics of a high-performance board?
- Would you like to test drive a high-performance board model?
Building a great board is a fast, cost-effective way to leverage and move your organization to the next level. An effective board provides outside expertise and experience that would take you years to duplicate. Would a 200% effective board-a board that helps you make better decisions, gain access to capital and new markets, attract talent, and promote your business growth and value- provide you a competitive advantage? Don’t settle for an “old school” ineffective board. Most boards are less than 70% effective. Learn the steps to make your board 100%+ effective.
We make successful boardrooms in 3 steps
Step #1. Measure what matters
Learn how a young business owner evaluated his executive team and strategy for overseas expansion
Step #2. Take massive action
See how the young business owner took action to revamp his team
Step #3. Create a system
Learn steps to create a Boardroom Performance System
Clients We Have Helped
What our clients say about us
I have experienced Larry to be the consummate professional business adviser. Knowledgeable in C-suite and boardroom management, his personality and methodology exudes warmth, laughter and sensitivity around multiple challenging subjects. His written documents are helpful and to the point. I enthusiastically recommend Larry to any seeking a trusted adviser with high standards.
Sharon Bailey Beckett
Managing Partner at Beckett Advisors & Beckett Solar Energy
Leadership at the board level is more essential today than at any time in the past 3 decades. Larry is a gifted consultant/facilitator with the intuition, vision and skill sets needed to help any board, from financial institutions to non-profits function at far greater levels of effectiveness. If your board needs assistance setting priorities, working together as a team and getting things accomplished, you won’t find a more qualified “board development guru.”
Banking Sales Coach, Strategist and Change Catalyst
Larry has both solid executive experience and a great communication style that plays well at the boardroom level. I found Larry’s insight and model of performance a refreshing break from typical trendy management theories.
Vice President of Strategic Initiatives at The Marvin Group
See the boardroom performance system in action
Conversation With a Business Owner
If you want to learn more about the pros and cons of building a high-performance organization, check out this interview with a middle-market business owner. Today you may be satisfied with your business. In the future, building a board may become urgent for your succession/exit plan. In the meantime, please stay connected so when you’re ready, we can help.
You got all the information on why and how to build a high-performance board. What next? Well here’s an interview with a typical private business owner concerned about the future, you’ll learn:
- Shall I commit to building a board to maximize value or just enjoy my lifestyle company?
- How do I build a boardroom team?
- Even if I don’t want to go public or be the next Steve Jobs, what can I do to improve my board and company performance? Can I be part of the Boardroom Performance community?