How to Get on Boards

In these special features, published in the ICD’s Director Journal, corporate directors and board chairs share their perspectives on what skills and experiences are most valuable in board work, as well as their advice for new directors on how to land a board seat and become effective contributors.

Directors Bring their Collective Wealth of Experience to the Table

Directors Bring their Collective Wealth of Experience to the Table

05/07/2016
Lea Ray

Ms. Ray is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), Institute-certified director (ICD.D) and holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from the Odette School of Business, University of Windsor.  She has chaired several audit, finance and governance board committees over the past decade.

Getting on Boards: A Perspective by Tom Long

Getting on Boards: A Perspective by Tom Long

05/07/2016
Simon Avery

Tom Long has nearly 25 years experience in senior executive and board search, founding Toronto-based Tom Long Consulting Inc. in 2014, after partnership roles at Russell Reynolds Associates, Egon Zehnder and Monitor Company. 

Board Practice - Global Trends, Our Local Insights

Board Practice - Global Trends, Our Local Insights

22/03/2016
Kevin N. Hall

Over the past decade, one of the most significant trends impacting boards is the focus on board structure and composition, with diversity being a cornerstone of that governance focus. 

A Member's Journey to Getting on Boards

A Member's Journey to Getting on Boards

22/03/2016
Ani Hotoyan-Joly

Ani Hotoyan-Joly is a chartered professional accountant and a chartered accountant with 30 years of business experience.  She holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Toronto and the ICD.D designation. 

It is a Competitive Market. Know Yourself. Push Yourself

It is a Competitive Market. Know Yourself. Push Yourself

15/08/2014
Louise Macdonald, ICD.D

Governance training is definitely “in”, and that’s a good thing when it comes to increasing the quality of board oversight. 

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