The Chief Executive is the person who will bring into reality the vision of the directors/trustees for an organisation. Making the best possible appointment and then supporting and monitoring that person is a critical board role.
It is best to have a regular, formal performance review process as well as giving ongoing feedback and support.
The essential documents for a performance review are:
The performance review process monitors targets which are set with the chair of the board and aligned to the organisation's goals, such as: financial, organisational development, relationships within the organisation and with external stakeholders and product development.
A regular, objective review process allows the Chief Executive and board representatives (usually the chair) to have a constructive, structured discussion about the strengths and areas for development in the Chief Executive's performance.
Last modified: 15/06/2011
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