Nobody Wants a ‘Nobody’ on Their Board

When you’re embarking on your board career, starting your journey to search for roles, approaching people about board positions, go for interviews, it’s important that you understand what’s the paradigm that you’re operating in. What are the rules of the game? By understanding what is really going on throughout the board recruitment process, then you […]

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Why You Need to Become a Next Generation Board Director

Board membership has long been an arena that many aspiring business executives perceive as highly exclusive. One of the most predominant misconceptions in the board recruitment market is that board positions are only available to an elite group of “inner-circle” executives and access to such a select group is by invitation only. Another common misconception […]

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Seeking Board Directors, Advisors & Business Executives – Are You a Next Generation Director?

Director Institute Next Generation Directors is a private enterprise that is focused on developing and connecting the next generation of board directors with Australian and International organisations and boards. Director Institute Next Generation Director members have access to one-on-one advice, mentoring, peer-to-peer education and business networking opportunities as well as exclusive board opportunities available no-where else in the market. […]

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Family Owned Business – Are Board Appointments Too Hard?

Family owned businesses are very crucial to any economy. A family that owns a business totally understands how crucial the organisation’s success is to the owner’s prosperity and the generational wealth. Non-family executives that work at family-owned businesses aren’t oblivious to this fact. They are also made to understand that the success of the business […]

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In Camera: Should a Board Record?

It is quite common for board members to meet in the absence of management and they may want to have a detailed record of the meeting. The question, however, remains to ‘record’ or ‘not to record’, as this may have legal issues and create a conflict of interest or duty on some board members present […]

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