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Member Check-In: Being a NED in 2023: what it’s really like?

Join us at this week's Member check-in where MM&K share first findings from their Life in the Boardroom report.

Date and Time
07 Dec 2023
12:30 - 13:30
Not Specified
Director’s Circle
Full Member
Digital Member
£ 20
£ 30

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Wanting to get more insight into the challenges and benefits of taking on a board role? Curious about how your experience as a board member compares to others? MM&K latest research will help build your understanding.

At this special event Paul Norris, Senior Partner of MM&K, will share first findings from their bi-annual survey of UK board members.

Join us for an early chance to hear the lessons from their latest research conducted this summer. This unique survey, drawing directly on non-executive directors’ experience, covers topics including directors’ fees, time commitment, board effectiveness and governance. It also touches on topical issues such as cost of living crisis, tech and ESG.

Many Women on Boards members have participated in the survey as part of a wider UK governance community, across Financial Services, Tech, Energy, Media and Real Estate boards and more.


Paul Norris, Senior Partner at MM&K

Paul has over 35 years’ experience in director and executive compensation and has advised listed and private company management and remuneration committees on remuneration, performance and governance across the economy. He is particularly experienced in developing remuneration strategies and incentive plans for companies facing a major business or human resources challenge, e.g., entering a phase of new growth, IPO, turn-around, transformation or company sale, and is expert in the design and implementation of executive packages and incentives linked to business culture and strategy. He is also experienced in negotiating bespoke executive remuneration packages with founders and investors. Paul is a member of the QCA’s Corporate Governance Experts Group. He has a Master’s degree in Law from London University and is a qualified barrister.