Past blips or career gaps should not prevent you from developing a board career. You need to know how to handle them properly
Men are confident about their ability, but women don’t feel confident until they’ve checked off each item on the list.
Board CV writing is a skill, here are the steps that will help you write an excellent and compelling Board CV.
Submitting an Executive CV fo a Board roles is enough to miss the shortlist
Yes, and writing a board CV should be the first thing you do when looking for a board appointment.
You should understand what happens once your application hits the desk of the recruiter or decision-maker.
Share on facebook Facebook Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on twitter Twitter In my last article, I explain why you should complete a supporting statement to enhance your Board Application.…
A supporting statement is a document that addresses the key or essential criteria required for a particular Board Vacancy.
If you get your Board Cover Letter right, it will dramatically increase your chances of being appointed. If you get it wrong, it will do the opposite.
Advertised board opportunities are often over-subscribed. There are crucial steps you should to take when responding to advertised board vacancies
When done properly, research will infiltrate every aspect of your board search process.
When done properly, online research will de-risk your appointment and elevate you above the competition.
An effective board profile can make the difference between being appointed or not even seen for an interview.
Being able to address and summarise these elements will go some way to making you the perfect board candidate.
Often a good candidate simply messes up the interview. You can learn from your mistakes!
Your Board CV should be considerably different from your Executive CV. It is the key to getting past the gatekeepers!