Many recognise the value of government board roles. One reason many find them appealing is that in the UK, most of these roles are paid.
Is there a board appointment for me or am I wasting my time? It is a common question to be addressed when considering your board goals.
When building a board network, you need to develop connections and relationships. LinkedIn is the perfect platform and tool.
The seven rewards of being a board director. If you haven’t considered a NED board appointment, these are the reasons why you should.
The demand for non-executive directors rarely drops even in tough economic times, future-proof your career now.
A commercial board appointment is appealing because it offers opportunities to build your career and earn extra income.
Whilst people pursue board appointments for a wide range of reasons it is useful to know how much you might get paid.
The transition from an executive to a non-executive director is highly competitive. Starting with these 5 steps you can get you on your way.
I can not stress this enough, defining a list of target organisations is critical.
Having worked with thousands of successful NEDs, I can shed some light on the board appointment process.
You can have a Non-Executive and Executive role at the same time. Indeed doing so, may be the best career decision you’ll ever make.
If you are a Senior Executive and looking for your first board appointment then, most likely, you have already begun to wonder HOW that transition will take place.
Regardless of the outcome of your Board Interview, you need to know what to do next. Either result can leverage new opportunities.
When it comes to board appointments, it is not what you know but who you know that counts.
You must adopt sustainable practices to ensure that you are able to persevere and get a board appointment.