The Secrets Behind High-Performing Boardrooms, with Joanna Clark
Learning the best boardroom practices
To be the best, you have to learn from the best. It’s a bold statement, but a true one. We should be actively examining the top-performing boardrooms in order to learn from these boards and translate the lessons we learn into success in our own boardrooms.
To begin examining this idea of learning from the best and how to better prepare yourself for a board role we welcome Joanna Clark to the show. Joanna is an education and professional development coordinator who is passionate about obtaining equal rights and fair training for all. She works as a Financial Times NED administrator where she supports candidates of the NED program.
In today’s episode, Joanna provides some insight as to what kind of training is worth getting and will really improve you as a director. We also examine some best practices among board directors and learn how to implement these into our own boardroom lives. I can’t wait to address these topics and more on this episode of Boardroom Bound.
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