A board evaluation is a self-evaluation that builds accountability, compliance and productivity of your corporate board. CBE’s Board Evaluation is a patent-pending, online process designed to systematically educate board members and assess board performance. This confidential, safe, and secure tool is the premier board evaluation available in the corporate governance marketplace.
A New Evaluation Report: Board Excellence Assessment™
The CBE Board Excellence Assessment™ is a tool to promote improved board performance, appraise corporate strategy, examine compliance and assay critical board relationships — a key tool to effective corporate governance.
As with all the CBE questionnaires, evaluations, and training tools, CBE can simply convert your organization's existing materials to a more flexible and efficient governance platform or work with your governance professionals to design a new questionnaire closely tailored to the unique aspects of your business.
“Board session went very well. The CBE report was thought provoking - received a lot of compliments from the directors.”
Board Evaluations 101
This 13-page PDF provides a thorough introduction to corporate board evaluations.
How It Works
CBE is also available to meet with the client to present the report in person and for additional consulting services.
10 Point ScaleCBE’s Board Assessment covers critical areas of the Board's functions in a comprehensive questionnaire where each member is asked to rate the Board on a ten-point scale.
Share OpinionsThe remaining questions are open-ended questions where the Board members can freely share their opinion on the Board's overall performance.
ResultsThe result of the survey is a high-value, written report that gives the Board the opportunity to assess its performance, examine compliance and assay critical Board functions.
ReportThe report is presented to a Board-designated representative.
Require meaningful director evaluations.
"Many boards today have internal evaluations conducted by the chairman or lead director. Although these evaluations are well-intentioned, directors may be unwilling to disclose perceived weaknesses to the person most responsible for the effective functioning of the board. A Corporate Governance 2.0 approach would engage an independent third party to design a process and then conduct the reviews. The process would include grading directors on various company-specific attributes so that they and their contributions were evaluated in a relevant way." -- from "Governance 2.0", by Guhan Subramanian Harvard Business Review, March 2015