Peer evaluations are on the rise. Having a structured process for individual director feedback can prove useful when considering the composition and performance of the board. That’s why we’re excited to announce that we have launched a new product as part of our BoardClic universe: Peer Review.
BoardClic is a SaaS company with a market-leading platform that provides unrivalled benchmarking and qualitative insights on performance and transparency to align board and management teams. Since our start in 2018 we have developed products for Digital Board Evaluations, CEO Evaluations, and post-meeting pulse surveys through Meeting Express.
By launching Peer Review, we are now extending our product portfolio to provide an even more holistic view of the board’s performance and effectiveness.
Peer Review can be used either as a standalone or fully integrated into the annual board evaluation. It lets you measure individual director performance, benchmark both internally and externally, and ultimately drive board excellence.
By incorporating Peer Review in your board evaluation process, you can:
Recognise top performers and show how colleagues value their contributions.
Create alignment and keep expectations and priorities clear between board members.
Identify competencies needed to complement existing board members and improve board composition.
11 January 2024
Customise your next evaluation with BoardClic's question format editor
Understanding the unique needs of each of the 500 boards and more than 5,000 board members using the BoardClic platform, we are thrilled to unveil our latest product update: BoardClic’s Question Format Editor.
20 December 2023
These are the six most desired board skills for 2024
Running a company wasn’t easy in 2023. Challenges ranged from the economic downturn and inflationary pressure, to supply chain disruptions after COVID—which have since been aggravated by rising geopolitical uncertainty. And let’s not forget accelerated digital transformation stemming from more accessible AI-augmented tools.
20 November 2023