Developing Your Director Career Series Part 5 - Boardroom opportunity and ongoing qualitative due diligence
|Price (incl GST)|
|Members Single price||$89.00|
|Non-Members Single price||$130.00|
Wed, 20 June 2018, 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (AEST)
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- Expiry Date: 23 December 2018
- Duration: 60 minutes
Both before and after you join a board it is important to assess the reputation, culture and other more qualitative factors associated with the board position.
This webinar will focus on the conduct of mainly qualitative due diligence for a board position including:
- What qualitative enquiries to make before and after you are offered a board position
- How to assess your ongoing fit for a board
- When to consider leaving a board
- Shaping your board portfolio
- The lessons learned from those who have gone before in transition to a board portfolio career
The ability to contribute to the work of the board should always be your guiding light for deciding when to join and when to leave a particular board. By the end of this session you should be able to assess the factors that help determine if a board is the right one for you.
Elizabeth Jameson has authored the book ‘Developing your Director Career’ available for purchase. Purchase the book and get the five part webinar series for the member price of $300 instead of $445 (32% discount). Email email@example.com once you have purchased the book to retrieve the ‘promo-code’.
Purchase the five part webinar series and receive a 20% discount.
DPD Units = 5
Elizabeth Jameson FAICD
Board Matters Pty Ltd
Can't make this session at the scheduled time?
A recording of this session is available. Simply choose the recording option when registering for this session. An email with a link to view the recording will be sent within approximately 48 hours of the live session.
How does it work?
Recordings can be viewed twice. You can fast forward, rewind or pause the playback at anytime. If you stop playback this will count as a view. Please ensure you view the whole recording to be awarded the allocated DPD units.