Director Peer Review
Optimise your team composition and drive board excellence
Having a structured process for individual feedback can prove useful when considering the composition and performance of the board. With the right reasons and tools, peer evaluations can truly help drive board excellence.
Recognise top performers
High performance needs to be rewarded and encouraged. Recognise top performers and show how colleagues value their contribution. That recognition could act as a catalyst for improved performance for the rest of the board.
Create individual alignment
Keep expectations and priorities clear between board members, and make sure that everyone is working towards the same goal. Individual feedback also promotes alignment and lets executives address individual needs of different stakeholders.
Improve board composition
Facilitate the process for the nomination committee and identify what competencies are needed to complement existing board members when recruiting a new director. Make sure your board has the right people in the right role.
Put your compiled data into context and create an internal benchmark with our unrivaled benchmarks.
Analyse your data through interactive reports and discover underlying potential and areas of improvement.
Use our proven survey questions to provoke important reflection among your board members.
What our customers say
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From the blog
Business today is hypercompetitive. One of the most effective ways to maximise the productivity of your board is by using peer reviews.
Peer evaluations can be a miserable experience. Despite some shortcomings, the benefits of peer evaluations in the boardroom can be worth it. You just need the right tools and the right reasons to use them.