North America’s premier governance consultants for public and non-profit boards. Specializing in Coherent Governance®, AGI’s own governance design.
You make the choice for good governance; we’ll make it happen.
What is Coherent Governance?
Coherent Governance® is a model of board governance that, if faithfully followed, will compel boards to make policy decisions, not operational decisions.
Coherent Governance® Support and Sharing
Make the decision to be an active part of this Coherent Governance® community of amazing board members and staff dedicated to excellent execution of their work.
You asked – we will deliver! Beginning in January we are going to host hour-long virtual seminars on CG governance issues, led by districts that are pioneering good work. They will share samples, timelines, and videos for you to use.
If the sessions are a success (you attend!), we will expand through the year. But for now, plan on joining us the 4th Monday of each month – 12 noon central time – did we say free?! Led by:
January 25 (watch video)
Board Leadership During COVID: Internal and Community
Dr. Steve Schroeder, president, Sun Prairie SD in WI
February 22 (view presentation)
Equity: Policies and Practice
Dr. Wendy Birhanzel, Superintendent of Harrison 2 SD in CO
March 22 (watch video / view presentation)
Linkages: Hold On for the Ride!
Kristin Smith, president, Durango 9R SD in CO
Agenda framework for one-hour seminars
- Intro of topic by AGI (10m)
- District presentation/examples (20m)
- Highly interactive Q&A (20m)
- Summarize learning (10m)
Register now to receive access to this free monthly seminar.
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