As an executive, with whom do I share my thoughts? How can I identify ineffective governance within the organization? Where are my worries coming from? How do I move past those feelings of underlying stress? How do I become aware of the weaknesses within the organization which inhibit effective governance? How can I close the gaps moving towards an environment of Best Practice Governance?
An executive is defined as “a person or group of persons having administrative or supervisory authority in an organization” (source: dictionary.com)
Governance is defined as “how something is led and managed” (www.siobhancahalan.com)
I define Executive Governance as “supporting senior leaders to lead and manage in a way that strengthens best practice governance”
And the definition of Best Practice Governance™ “is to manage the day-to-day operations, in line with the vision, strategy and planning, with integrity and in the best interests of all stakeholders.” (www.siobhancahalan.com)
If you would like to get clarity and perspective on your thoughts and move the organization towards a Best Practice Governance environment, you may drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can arrange an Executive Governance meet-up via zoom.
Siobhán Cahalan, founder of Wisdom and Vision Ltd., is an executive coach and coaching supervisor with a particular interest in encouraging best practice governance, supporting CEO’s and senior leaders with executive governance. Siobhán has over 20 years’ experience in managing global processes and leading global teams in varied business environments in a number of different countries. Siobhán is also a trainer, writer and group facilitator. www.siobhancahalan.com