Online: Free Webinar: How do you secure your first non-executive role
Online: June 2nd 2020
From 11:00 – 12:00
As a non-executive director, board member and chair, it is important to strive for best practice and share with your peers in a safe environment.
What you will learn in this free webinar:
- What is the NED role?
- What are the common classic mistakes of aspiring NEDs?
- What are the first steps to become a NED?
- NEDonBoard nuggets of wisdom to secure roles
- Our recommendation to go further
This webinar is free but registration is required
NEDonBoard education and certification
With courses ranging from “How to Become an Effective NED” to “Finance in the Boardroom” and “How to Write your NED CV”, NEDonBoard supports its community seeking knowledge, professional development and inspiration.
Board best practice events
Stay current with leading board practices. Connect with the Chair of the board best practice initiative. Get an edge and be impactful at your next board meeting. We hold insightful board best practice events for those keen to be engaged with current board level thoughts and discussions.
With presence in Edinburgh, Cardiff, Dublin, Manchester and opening a hub in 2018, join your local NEDonBoard community and expand your network. Break into your local circles of board peers. Some say it is lonely at the top. We do not agree, join your NEDonBoard community.
NEDonBoard is positively received by board experts and practitioners who attend our events, October 2016
NEDonBoard is the platform for board members to connect, network and exchange ideas among peers.
“I learn more about being an effective NED and legal responsibilities: all was very useful and to the point”.
Dean James CBE, CEO at Future Care Capital
“Great course and speakers, there was much to learn and enjoy. Excellent tools to illustrate the concepts discussed”.
Tim Moore, CTO
“It was a great network meeting outstanding and unconditional people”.
Dario Ferraro, Non-Executive director, NEDonBoard member
“Perspective from experienced board members was most useful about the NEDonBoard evening event”.
Keith Strong, NEDonBoard member