Five reasons qualified board members deliver better results
Boards across most western economies and industrialised nations are currently on a hiring spree.
Nonetheless, there’s a difference between sitting in a boardroom and being an influential director with the right mindset.
Having an effective board can make a big difference in the performance of an organisation.
The skills for becoming an effective director include having the right mentality, commitment, and curiosity.
There’s certainly plenty of room for directors to improve; directors themselves admit as much.
David Duffy, CEO of the Corporate Governance Institute and an experienced board member and Chair, says, “directors need to keep their skills up-to-date in the fast-changing world we live in”.
Stand out from the crowd
If you are applying for a role on a board, having a Diploma in Corporate Governance shows you are committed and prepared.
Did you know, less than one percent of people sitting on boards across the globe have a qualification in Corporate Governance?
Why not fast-track your way to a board position?
The Corporate Governance Institute’s Bootcamp provides you with the tools, resources, and expertise to qualify as a director with much greater speed.
The Bootcamp is an immersive, one-week learning experience, and what we have discovered is that participants develop close professional relationships with their fellow students.
There has never been a more important time to network, and the Bootcamp will allow you to meet like-minded, ambitious directors.
Learn more about fast-tracking your career as a director.