In this webinar, attendees will learn how to assess the information needs of directors, define the right information to share, and the modern software tools available to support you. You will also:
- Learn practical ways to enhance your board’s decision making through more effective information-sharing
- Understand the criteria for assessing what information to share
- Learn how board portal software can support more effective information distribution and collaboration
- Hear tips on how to get the most out of your board portal software
John Dinner is President of John T. Dinner Board Governance Services, a leading Canadian consulting firm focused on corporate governance and board effectiveness. For more than 20 years, John has been helping boards across sectors and across Canada improve their performance and contribute in tangible ways to the success of the organizations they oversee. Board members and organizational leaders value John’s depth of experience, relevant insights, practical approach and his ability to facilitate needed governance change.
John’s hands-on, board work focuses on helping clients develop and benefit from leading-edge governance practices, including board, committee and director effectiveness evaluations, director recruitment, board education, meeting effectiveness and best practices, information management and decision-making. He knows and understands the needs of directors and other organizational leaders first-hand.
Ian Warner is President & CEO of Aprio, the company that has developed Canada’s leading board portal software to make good governance simple and affordable for organizations of any size. Aprio Boardroom™ is chosen by financial institutions, crown corporations, first nations, non-profits and public companies to achieve transparent communication, efficient decisions and well-run board meetings.
An accomplished executive, Ian has a career of experience both participating in and chairing boards. Prior to Aprio, Ian was chief operating officer of Vancity, Canada’s largest credit union. He also spent five years at Vancity’s subsidiary Citizens Bank of Canada, including four years as CEO and a board member. Ian is Chair of the BC Technology Industry Association’s SaaS C-Council and a past board member of the University of British Columbia Alumni Association.