Where the Board members have allowed their personal agendas to get in the way of business growth, effective decision making suffers and the business may stagnate, or even deteriorate.
At this time the Managing Director or Chief Executive Officer, have to exercise strong control whilst still keeping other Board members on board. This can be a very tricky route to navigate and will sap energy and emotions, leaving individuals drained.
It is a good idea to bring in an intermediate solution, which changes the focus but does not threaten existing members, or their power bases.
PLGA have consultants who are very experienced at facilitating board meetings and influencing member dynamics, in a way that achieves results.