An article in the Health Service Journal by Jo Davis, chair of Birmingham Children’s Hospital foundation trust, believes that “Board dynamics are potentially the most powerful, unseen and misunderstood force influencing a trust’s decision-making and strategy. Appointing the right mix of non-executive directors for a particular board is” she says “often the most important and difficult part of creating the best dynamic. For a chairman, getting that right is therefore an act of crucial importance.”
Ms Davis believes that “Selecting the right person and giving them the right induction will go a long way towards achieving the best possible balance at board level. And it will make the chairman’s job that much easier once those board meetings are under way.”
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