by Julia Salem
Apr 19 2016
BlueSteps recently hosted an #ExecCareer Chat on the topic of finding a board seat, featuring Andrew Kris, from Borderless, and Jose Ruiz, from Alder Koten.
Some of the questions asked included:
- Why and when in my career should I consider seeking out a board seat?
- What role do executive search consultants play in filling an open board position?
- What are the best ways to find a board position through networking?
- Are there any events you’d recommend I attend if I’m seeking a board role?
- How can executives make it known at their current organization that they’re interested in a board seat?
- Why should I consider non-profit boards? What’s the best way to get on a non-profit board?
- How does one transition from non-profit to corporate board?
- Are boards looking for talent outside of CEOs and CFOs?
- Do I need to update my resume and career documents to target a new board of directors role?
If you missed it, catch up on all the excellent advice that was given in the Storify transcript below.
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Complimentary Webinar Recording: Expert Tips for Finding Your Next Board Seat
This webinar covered:
- How to develop a strategy to get a board seat
- How the board recruitment process actually works
- What are the current challenges and concerns for boards
- What qualities are sought after in a board candidate
- How diversity issues are affecting the board room
- And more...