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What to do when things go wrong during your board retreat.

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What to do when things go wrong during your board retreat.

A board retreat is a great opportunity for a board to get together and plan for the future of the organization. Unfortunately, sometimes things go wrong during board retreats, and it’s important to know what to do in those instances. 

In this article, we’ll look at some of the most common pitfalls that board retreats face and give you some tips on how to handle them.” 

“Disaster recovery plan: The first step to dealing with a board retreat disaster is to have a clear disaster recovery plan in place. If you’re not sure where to start, it wouldn’t hurt to look at the disaster recovery plan for your organisation. If you don’t have one, that’s okay! You can use the following general guidelines for disaster recovery plans to help you get started.

 – Identify potential disasters 

– Determine the impact of the disaster 

– Create a response plan for the disaster 

– Identify resources to help you respond to the disaster 

– Communications:

 Good communication with the team is essential for a smooth board retreat. With that in mind, it’s important to set expectations for what will happen before the board retreat, and what will happen after it. This includes expectations for what will happen if the board retreat is cancelled or if it’s rescheduled.

 – Feedback: 

Feedback is a great way to improve board retreats. To gather feedback, you might encourage board members to complete a survey before the board retreat. It’s also important to gather feedback after the board retreat is over. To gather this feedback, you might want to ask the CEO to complete a survey. 

– Follow-up: 

The follow-up phase is an important time to make sure that the board retreat was successful. It’s important to set clear goals for the follow-up phase, and then meet with the team to discuss what worked well during the board retreat, and what didn’t.” 

-Disaster recovery plan: 

The first step to dealing with a board retreat disaster is to have a clear disaster recovery plan in place. If you’re not sure where to start, it wouldn’t hurt to look at the disaster recovery plan for your organisation. If you don’t have one, that’s okay! You can use the following general guidelines for disaster recovery plans to help you get started. 

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