The remote board meeting plays an important role in the decision-making process for a non-profit. It allows for more thorough discussion of the strategic decisions the organization is planning to take in the short and long run. The board members can also address any concerns they might have. However it can be a struggle to run a productive remote board meeting that produces results when you’re not in the same room as your colleagues.

It’s easy for participants to get distracted during company website virtual meetings, particularly when they’re looking at their laptop or tablet screens rather than talking face-to-face with other members of the board. In addition, it’s sometimes difficult to convey nonverbal cues in the digital environment which can result in misunderstandings and inconsistencies in decision-making.

There are some options you can make to reduce the risk of these issues, like sending reminder emails that include the details of the meeting and the agenda, and encouraging attendees to conduct a technology check before the meeting begins to ensure that they’re able see and speak clearly. You could even provide an instructional video to assist attendees in understanding the meeting platform’s hardware and software settings.

Another approach is to keep your meetings as short as possible, especially if you’re a virtual board to limit the possibility of “zoom fatigue” setting in. This keeps your attendees entertained and give them time to focus on the task they need to do instead of worrying about what remains to be completed prior to the next meeting.

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