Too often, board meetings aren’t meetings at all – they’re very expensive presentations. The lights dim and a PowerPoint begins. When meetings are nothing more than a review of the prereads, boards suffer immense opportunity costs: lost collaboration, missed questions, and unsaid moments of genius — the things that make meetings worth having.
Transform Your Meetings Into Strategic Working Sessions
Change the very nature of your meetings with OnBoard. It’s amazing when you experience it; meetings where everyone’s engaged in discussions, a consensus is reached, and deeply thought-out action is taken.
Video Conference Integrations
Collaborative Agenda Builder
eSignatures, Voting, & Surveys
Elevate Your Meetings. And Enjoy Them, Too.
Accomplish more outside of meetings while preparing more thoroughly beforehand and you’ll find the time you spend in the boardroom is more focused and effective than ever before. A space to engage with the long-term strategic direction of your organization — maximizing the value of the time you spend together in the meeting.
A Board That'll Make You
The Envy of CEOs Everywhere
When your board arrives prepared to discuss, brainstorm, and problem solve, you’ll be the talk of the town. When your board asks smart questions, offers sharp advice, and provides guidance on long-term strategy, you might be tempted to think it’s all a dream — feel free to give yourself a pinch, because it’s OnBoard making your meetings more effective.
With Great Responsibility Comes Great Power
Effective meetings rest on the shoulders of the unsung heroes — administrators. OnBoard lightens the weight of that immense responsibility. It’s the power to keep documents arriving on time & tasks accomplished ahead of deadline. It vanquishes last-minute changes, ensures compliance, records minutes, and unifies your entire workflow. Now all you need is a secret identity.
Director, Dr. Edward Potter
“Literally, OnBoard’s changed our entire board meetings: they’re shorter, they’re much more efficient, and lots more fun! Now I say that as the oldest member of the board. I’ll be 81 in July, and the least tech savvy of anyone on the board. So I am convinced, we’re all actively involved and we solve the issues and move on.