As a body that never meets independently of the Board, the AGM attendees, aka Council, are not constituted in a manner that can formulate and dictate strategy.John Upham wrote: Can you provide example of Council providing direction to the board?
What they can do and evidently will do is assert their independence of those who would tell them what to do and think. There's a bit in the CEO's report where he tells the voters that they should evaluate the performance of the Board as a whole, rather than individual directors. The election results suggest they were having none of that.
CEO Report wrote: In theory, the Council should evaluate the Board as a whole. In practice, the Council attempts to discern individual performances within the Board and make election choices accordingly.