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Alison Gill

Alison Gill is a behavioural psychologist, triple Olympian and the co-founder of Bvalco, a board evaluation consultancy focused on helping boards become fit for the future.

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No one wants to return to the workplace they left

By | 01/06/2020 in Blog posts

As entire workforces prove homeworking can be just as, if not more, productive than office working, boards need to consider how they can ‘build back better’ to meet the increased desire for more flexible working.

Sustaining board unity while exiting lockdown

By | 12/05/2020 in Blog posts

With important ethical dilemmas needing to be resolved, determining the best way to ease the lockdown will inevitably give rise to tensions on the board. Businesses that want to sustain board unity will need to focus on culture and values.

Acknowledge anxiety to enhance board decision-making

By | 05/05/2020 in Press articles

Bvalco’s Alison Gill talks to The Chartered Governance Institute (ICSA) about the importance of embracing feelings of anxiety to enhance decision-making.

How boards are dealing with coronavirus

By | 04/05/2020 in Press articles

Bvalo’s Alison Gill and Patrick Dunne, experienced chair and author of Boards, lift the lid on how boards are reacting to the coronavirus crisis.

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Sustaining board unity during coronavirus

By | 29/04/2020 in Press articles

Bvalco’s Alison Gill talks to The Chartered Governance Institute (ICSA) about how to manage tensions arising at board level during the current crisis.

‘What does COVID-19 mean for boards?’

By | 22/04/2020 in Events

In a recent interview on CNBC, Patrick Patrick Dunne, chair and author of ‘Boards’, stated that ‘There has never been a more testing time for…

Enhance board decision-making during a crisis

By | 15/04/2020 in Blog posts

From being clear about the problems that need to be solved to leveraging emotional intelligence and testing assumptions, boards need a solid approach to decision-making right now.

How to get the most out of a video board meeting

By | 06/04/2020 in Blog posts

Now you’ve mastered video meeting etiquette, how do you replicate reading body language and the human interactions that still matter in the boardroom?

Invitation to “A conversation with Jennifer Duvalier”

By | 13/01/2020 in Events

To discuss successfully managing the challenges associated with chairing a remuneration committee

Top five boardroom priorities for 2020

By | 06/01/2020 in Blog posts

From ongoing environmental, social and governance issues, to uncertain decision-making, here are five predictions for challenges boards will need to address in 2020.

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