3 Qualities Required To Be An Effective Board Member, with Barry Rowan
How much could you share about the boardroom if you’d been in a board meeting every quarter since you were 26 years old? And what if that started 35+ years ago?
Well, that’s the story of today’s guest: Barry Rowan. From this huge amount of experience, he’s learned that to land
- Competency — you must have a certain level of competency to provide a contribution
- Character — for a board to function effectively you need trust in one another. Trust builds when people of character work together
- Chemistry — you want a board that’s constructive and thoughtful and this happens when the chemistry is right
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Links mentioned in this episode:
- Book: View From the Top: An Inside Look at How People in Power See and Shape the World
- Barry Rowan on LinkedIn
- Book: Give and Take