We believe that Corporate Concinnity™ is a harmonious framework of corporate governance, leadership and cultural competency,
and we pride ourselves on doing the hard work with Boards, C-suites, and Executives to improve their businesses and their lives. We invite you to dig deeper into what concinnity is and how it can provide high-performance solutions for your team.
We Wrote the Book-- 'Corporate Concinnity in the Boardroom'
Corporate Concinnity in the Boardroom: 10 Imperatives To Drive High Performing Companies© offers a deep, detailed introduction to the concepts that our company was founded on. We invite you to visit Amazon to order:
Today’s C-suite teams are expected to deliver results and build high performance teams in an increasingly complex and cutthroat business climate—the difference between who keeps up and who gets left behind has never been more immediate. Their boards of directors, called upon to advise, support, and challenge the C-suite, too often fail to execute or even agree on strategy and miss opportunities due to a lack of clarity around roles and responsibilities. So what’s the problem? Too many organizations try to change the who and what of corporate leadership and governance without looking at the real issue—the how. What’s the answer? Concinnity: a harmonious framework of corporate governance, leadership and cultural competency. In Corporate Concinnity in the Boardroom, Nancy Falls delivers ten imperatives that will change the way companies look at their most mission-critical relationships. Developing concinnity at the highest levels of leadership will forge an enduring impact on profitability, innovation, growth, and stakeholder satisfaction. Rehiring, reorganizing and re-strategizing won’t solve the problem. What will solve the problem is developing relationships based on trust, clarity and consistency with all stakeholders. Relationships must be thoughtfully cultivated and intentionally maintained. It is more important than ever for the C-suite and boards of directors to be aligned and proactive. Nancy Falls will show you how to make it happen in your organization.
Living the Concinnity Framework™
Nancy Falls speaks at Trevecca University forum on the future of Healthcare
Presentations can include:
- The 10 Imperatives of Corporate Concinnity
- 5 Common Boardroom Problems and How To Solve Them
- Right Sizing 2017 Trends in Leadership & Governance for your Organization
Reading and Learning About the Concinnity Framework™
6 Ways CEOs Can Be Prepared When Activist Investors Strike: CEO Nancy Falls quoted in ChiefExecutive.net about how CEOs can prepare and protect themselves and their companies when activist stockholders begin sniffing around.
3 Governance Misconceptions That Can Lead to Failure: Guest article by our CEO Nancy Falls on Corporate Compliance Insights
Create Competitive Advantage By Giving Your Board Members Clear Responsibilities: Guest article by our CEO Nancy Falls on ChiefExecutive.net about how to help boards work together to the best of their abilities.
Bench your Inner Coach: Excerpt from Corporate Concinnity in the Boardroom on Coaching Tip: The Leadership Blog
Book Review by Bob Morris: Business blogger and Amazon Hall of Fame reviewer Bob Morris shares his thoughts on Corporate Concinnity in the Boardroom
Mistakes to Avoid with a Startup Board of Directors on Forbes.com: Martin Zwilling, also known as Startup Pro, has been a part of countless startups and boards as well as written various articles for Forbes, Huffington Post, Young Entrepreneur and Harvard Business Review. Mistakes to Avoid with a Startup Board of Directors highlights 7 steps for startups to take from my book. Zwilling says, “I believe several of these apply to startups as well as to more mature companies as follows”
International Book Review on “Corporate Concinnity in the Boardroom”: Q&A with IBR on Corporate Concinnity in the Boardroom
Make Business Transformation Run Smoothly To Finish: Interview with Investor’s Business Daily
Diversity Key to a Strong Credit Union Board: Learn what your board needs to do to recruit, train, and retain quality board members.
The 16th Century Word That Gives You a Strategic Advantage: “By changing the way you approach stakeholder interests, you can drive better performance. Instead of using a sequential and conflict-driven approach, you can take a different tack that promotes harmony and collaboration.” on ThoughtLEADERS, LLC
Behind The Boardroom Door: Boards govern, management teams lead. Interview with MindTools
5 Tips For Board Management Harmony: Concinnity means harmony – specifically, a harmonious adaptation of parts. In Corporate Concinnity in the Boardroom: 10 Imperatives to Drive High Performing Companies, Nancy Falls explores new ways for management and corporate boards to work together more effectively.
The 2016 All Start Board By Nashville Post: Nancy Falls was honored by the Nashville Post for being one of the “brightest and most capable corporate advisors” in Middle Tennessee.
Good Governance And Good Business Go Hand In Hand: A seasoned senior executive with thirty years of leadership roles in the C-Suite, managing board level responsibilities, P&L accountability, and complex financial management navigation, Nancy Falls has made a career out of helping companies get leadership and governance right. In CORPORATE CONCINNITY IN THE BOARDROOM, she introduces a new structure for corporate governance, The Corporate Concinnity Framework©, as a better way for governing corporations.
Dear Boss: Bench Your Inner Coach via The Tennessean: Why turning to a professional coach is worth the investment of time and resources because the risk associated with human error is too great.
5 Ways Leaders Can Be Prepared for Ongoing Change: Change is hard for people and organizations, but why are they so ill prepared for it? The inevitability of change is one fo the few things you can count on to not change…so why not be prepared?
Listening Generously to Others: Casey Stengel said, “Finding good players is easy. Getting them to play as a team is another story.” It is critical to get the right players around the boardroom table and keep them focused on addressing the right issues, challenges, and opportunities.