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Missing out on an attractive board role at interview can be highly frustrating, and often comes down to the smallest of margins. Join us to get tips and tricks to help you clinch the roles that are right for you.
In this fast-paced session, Rachel Tranter, our co-founder and Director, will share her deep knowledge of what makes candidates succeed at board interview. Rachel has supported hundreds of Women on Boards members to prepare for interviews on all types of boards as well as sitting on public sector recruitment panels. She also has personal experience on ‘both sides of the fence’, as a board candidate and in subsequent recruitment.
As well as taking your questions and concerns, Rachel will take you through key points around:
Maximising your chances of getting to interview;
Presenting yourself as a non-executive candidate;
Researching the organisation and due diligence;
Honing your communications style at non-executive level;
How Women on Boards can help.
This session is a ‘must’ for those actively seeking both first and subsequent board roles.
Please note that this session is NOT recorded, to maintain delegate confidentiality.
Founder and Executive Director.
Rachel is a founding director of Women on Boards UK. She spent 18 years as an international corporate tax consultant working with PriceWaterhouseCoopers. After leaving in 2008 she joined Cardio Direct Ltd, a medical provider of cardiac services. Rachel studied at the University of Birmingham and is a Bachelor of Commerce. She is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation, ATII qualified. In 2017 Rachel joined the board of the Amateur FA as an Independent Non Executive Director and she is also an Independent Panel Member for the Ministry of Justice.
Away from WOB, Rachel is a passionate long distance runner, club tennis player and enjoys long walks with her two Hungarian Vizslas.
Part of our three session programme, this focuses on the HOW of becoming an effective Chair.
Date: 14 Jun 2024 Time: 10:00 - 12:00
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