CEO Evaluation Template2021-11-24T08:59:18-05:00

Boardroom Metrics works with Boards of Directors across North America on Board and CEO Performance Evaluations.

CEO Performance Evaluation Template 

CEO Evaluation Template – $4.99

This CEO performance evaluation tool is precise and easy to use. It focuses on specific performance areas and leadership skills of the CEO. The questions can be easily customized based on your organization’s specific needs and input to on-line survey tools like Survey Monkey. Then, the performance evaluation can be confidentially and easily distributed to the Board, Leadership Team and others evaluating the CEO. Although many CEO’s resist being evaluated, they prefer this approach because what’s being evaluated is relevant and the feedback is clear. If confidentiality is a priority, Boardroom Metrics can tabulate, assess and report on the results for you.

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CEO Evaluation Template + Board Evaluation Template – $6.99

This download contains two helpful templates. The first is the CEO evaluation (above). The second is a Board Evaluation. The Board evaluation template is for governance Boards interested in assessing their governance performance. We use customized versions of this template when conducting external Board evaluations. Included in this template are questions that will help Boards assess how well Directors understand the Board’s role and how well the Board is performing against the five key elements of Board effectiveness – composition, information, processes, leadership and culture.

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The CEO Performance Evaluation

The CEO Performance Evaluation is the primary and most formal process the Board has for measuring CEO performance. Regularly measuring performance is important because the Board delegates responsibility for day to day management of the business to the CEO. From a governance point of view, the Board MUST take steps to ensure they know how well the CEO is carrying out their mandate.

Feedback from the CEO performance evaluation process is important to the CEO as well as the Board.  Through the evaluation process the CEO gains a clearer understanding of the Board’s goals; receives well-deserved and positive feedback on accomplishments; and has an opportunity to discuss their performance plans and requirements. The CEO Evaluation is a key element of the CEO performance management process.

Key goals of the CEO performance evaluation process:

  • Objectively measure CEO performance vs. the goals and expectations of the Board
  • Reinforce and strengthen as necessary the alignment between the CEO’s priorities and performance, and the mission, vision and goals of the organization
  • Define and establish the criteria, process and expectations for CEO growth and development opportunities
  • Build a stronger more productive relationship between the Board and the CEO
  • Fulfill a primary Board governance duty to ensure that organization is well lead

These books provide additional insight on the CEO evaluation process as well as an interesting perspective on focus in the CEO role that we agree with.

CEO Performance Evaluation Services

Confidential, Objective Assistance for Boards Assessing CEO Performance

Boardroom Metrics provides CEO Evaluation Services to Boards of Directors across North America. We provide objective, confidential leadership of the CEO Evaluation process including tools, performance ratings and reporting. All of our work is confidential. When the assessment is completed, we help Boards determine the appropriate performance management plan for the CEO. Click here for more information on CEO evaluation services.

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