There are countless variables at play and everyone’s aspirations will differ. However, when thinking about a board appointment, it is true to say that ‘the harder you work, the luckier you will get’.
We cover everything about getting a board role in Australia including board aspirations, roadblocks, personal connections, leveraging your C-suite experience, skills matrix & board fit, in-demand demand board roles & skills.
The latest Australian board diversity data has been released, including changing trends in board director skills and experience.
Any board appointment will incur some risks, for most, the rewards far outweigh these risks. There are at least 7 rewards to holding a board role.
In Australia, a non-executive director is one who is not employed by the organisation. By law, all directors are personally liable, therefore you must consider the risks.
Helping people gain board appointments for almost 20 years offers an opportunity to reflect on the changes I have seen and provide thoughts on the elements that are key.
Many people find the board appointment process overwhelming, whilst for others it is the opposite. What is it they know?
Past blips or career gaps should not prevent you from developing a board career. You need to know how to handle them properly