Good Manners Count: Put Your Manners Back In!

An often overlooked aspect in a modern fast-moving professional world, is the idea of good manners. They are essential as a guide for day-to-day interactions not only in a standard office environment, but even as an aspiring or experienced board director candidate during business interactions. Remember if you are aspiring to serve on boards which […]

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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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How to Inspire Others in a Board?

Oftentimes, board meetings can be monotonous and can get boring when members are made to go through the motions every time. Board members can feel from time to time that they would rather be elsewhere than sit through many hours of mind-numbing discussions. It is really unfortunate that board members who are the most effective […]

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Success to Significance: Advantages of Serving on a Board

Not everyone has the opportunity to serve on the board of large multi-national companies or publicly traded firms but that does not mean that you cannot reap the benefits which serving in a board provides for your career. Non-Profit organisations, trade associations and other smaller companies are usually a good place to start and they […]

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