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Tue, Aug 11 @ 9:00am PT (1 hrs)
08/11/2020 9:00am08/11/2020 10:00 amAmerica/Los_AngelesBoard Selection: Adding New Board Members: A Nom/Gov Chair’s PerspectiveBoard succession planning is a critical function of all boards, and is ultimately the responsibility of the Nominating & Governance (Nom/Gov) Committee. Boards must be strategic in determining the competencies and skills desired when filling a board seat, which requires board and executive leaders to pull back the curtain on the way they think about potential candidates. Learn the practicalities of a board director search (whether you’re using a search firm or going it on your own), as well as typical sand traps that boards often fall in when adding new directors. With decades of experience in both private and public companies as a CEO, CFO, COO, and board member, Gail’s insights will help your board chart the course of their next board search and help first-time board seekers navigate the complexities of the recruitment process.Virtual
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Board Selection

Adding New Board Members: A Nom/Gov Chair’s Perspective

Wed, Aug 12 @ 9:00am PT (1 hrs)
08/12/2020 9:00am08/12/2020 10:00 amAmerica/Los_AngelesCompeting with Your Peers for a Board Seat: Competing with Your Peers for a Board SeatAt Athena, we often hear women hesitant to put themselves forward for an opportunity they know a friend or acquaintance is also being considered for, or hesitant to put other women forward for roles they themselves are being considered for. Worse, it is not uncommon at all to learn that women are not putting others forward for open roles they have been passed over for. It is not comfortable to initiate competition between us and others for jobs and board seats, but the likelihood that no-one wins increases when the slate of considerations is missing viable candidates. For women, competing for coveted roles is particularly challenging, because for us top level CxO and Board roles have not been in abundance. It's hard to share when one is feeling scarcity. In this session, Athena Founder and CEO Coco Brown will explore this issue with our community and discuss her thoughts and ideas for how to address this dilemma together so that everyone wins and together we all move forward.Virtual
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Virtual Salons - Join us remotely!

Competing with Your Peers for a Board Seat

Competing with Your Peers for a Board Seat