7 results for tag: Board Seats


The Role of a Senior Executive at a Corporation Compared to Being a Board Member

A Board Director is more personally responsible for day-to-day aspects of a company than they used to. These days they need to have a finger on the organization's pulse, even though their role is one of guidance, not day-to-day management. Listen to ...
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Specially For You: Job Search Success, Private Equity, Board Seats, and More!

Are you facing some challenges in your job search that you’d like some expert help in overcoming? What about Board seats… are you interested in adding that distinction to your already impressive resume? Or are you interested in partnering with a private ...
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Boards in America: Pale, Male and Stale

Board architecture isn't given enough emphasis. Established Boards and new Boards both need to take a long look at the diversity of its members. Far too often people "know someone who'd be great" and that's how Board seats get filled. That is not a wise ...
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Getting a Start on Board Membership Through Non-profits

The best way to land your first Board seat is to pursue a seat on a non-profit Board. It's a great starting point to build your experience as a valuable Board member. Just make sure when you join a non-profit Board that you are legitimately connected to the ...
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Packaging Yourself for a Board Seat

Trying to land a Board seat is not like looking for a new job. Your resume and cover letter must be different. Your approach must be different. The way you market yourself must be very different. This difference is usually lost on first-time Board seat ...
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Landing Board Seats

FACT: There are only 58,000 Outside Board seats in the United States... want to know how to get one? This Master Class led by Falconhead Capital Operating Partner Mike Lorelli is designed to help make you marketable as a serious Board of Directors candid...
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A Woman’s Guide to Achieving Corporate Board Service

The journey to the boardroom can, at times, be an overwhelming undertaking filled with questions about what to expect, how to prepare, and how to be an effective board member. During this Master Class led by Women in the Boardroom CEO & Founder Sheila ...
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