The pulse in the Boardroom
Real-time feedback on the effectiveness of board and committee meetings can be critical in optimising the board’s impact. Discover a quick and secure way to collect feedback after board or committee meetings, identifying strong points and development areas. Used regularly, results underpin a board culture of continuous improvement that generates meeting efficiency and trust among members.
Collect real-time feedback – it’s all digital
BoardClic Meeting Express is your stable feedback loop. It simplifies communication and promotes board-meeting transparency. Instant results and real-time reports let you collect crucial feedback right after meetings.
Identify strong and weak points
Instantly discover how your board meetings or your leadership skills can be enhanced. Where do you excel and where can you improve? This tool gives you the insights and facts you need to build discussions that matter.
Get more effective at your board meetings
Time during board meetings is scarce. It’s always surprisingly tricky to stick to the agenda and make good use of every minute. BoardClic gives you a streamlined process that lets you optimise your workload.
Use BoardClic data to put director performance into context. Establish an objective baseline and follow trend over time.
Create intuitive reports to display a wide view or drill down in specific areas. The reports are available in the platform, but can also be shared as a PDF.
Surveys are designed for your industry with formats based on your company structure. Choose from our best practice templates of customize your own.
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