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After building a track record of executive success, you’ve decided that the next step in your journey is to evolve as a board director.  You may have already participated in director training programs. Great – that will give you a solid foundation of skills to help perform as a director.  But that was the easy part.  Equipping yourself to become a board director involves more. 
The hard work of finding the right organization and board that matches your skill sets involves:
  • Researching the landscape by sector, understanding new realities, and emerging trends and assessing their impact on governance needs
  • Articulating your value proposition in a way that speaks to the sectors, trends, and organizations you are targeting
  • Branding yourself consistently with your target organizations – resume, LinkedIn profile, ICD Directors Register, recruiter databases
  • Building a network within the governance community you’re targeting – corporate, not-for-profit and crown
  • Preparing for interviews with nominating and governance committees
To help aspiring directors equip themselves, the ICD-GTA Chapter has assembled a panel of experts from a variety of sectors and, in an interactive experience, who will offer actionable guidance.  Join us to learn how to strengthen your own action plan for securing a board position and ensuring you’re well prepared to pursue current and evolving board recruitment needs.

Event Details: 
3:30 p.m. Event Starts
3:35 p.m. Overview of ICD Directors Register and BoardInfo Service
3:45 p.m. Expert Panel from Corporate, Not-for-Profit and Private Equity Sectors and Executive Recruiting
4:30 5:00 p.m.  Q&A 


Mark McQueen Headshot
John Koopman Headshot
Cherie Brant Headshot


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