What it Really Means to be A Non-Executive Director

Date: Tuesday 10 September 2019 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Location: See event description


What it Really Means to be A Non-Executive Director – Why senior officers leadership skills translate into the boardroom

OnBoarding Officers is hosting a free programme taster evening to give potential delegates interested in pursuing NED roles an insight into what it takes to join the boardroom.

Jo Haigh, The Sunday Times and IoD NE & Yorkshire NED of the Year, will provide an insight into the role of the Non-Executive Director and how rewarding this career can be.

The taster will cover:

  • The liabilities of directors and how to manage the risks attached to the role
  • Some do’s and don’ts for the new Non-Executive Director
  • Best boardroom behaviour
  • Plus, an insight into the all-important corporate governance

This taster will give attendees a look into what the full OnBoarding Officers Programme has to offer you and your career.

The first five registrants to attend will receive a copy of Jo Haigh’s brand-new book ‘How to Become a World-Class Non-Executive Director’.

Enjoy networking with former military colleagues over a glass of wine as you find out just what it takes to move your career up a notch into the boardroom.

 For more information & to register, click here

Organiser of What it Really Means to be A Non-Executive Director

OnBoarding Officers is a specialist Accelerated Non-Executive Director Programme that has been designed to develop and hone the skills of exiting military officers and SNCOs to help them to become world class Non-Executive Directors (NEDs).

The programme is supported by the practical skills of the course tutors, programme ambassadors and Super NEDs who have world-class and award-winning skills.

The programme has a specific focus on corporate governance best practice and the legal roles and responsibilities of directors as well as financial understanding and the strategic and marketing responsibilities of a non-executive director.