Managing Crisis Through the Boardroom, with Howard Brownstein
Mastering crisis in the boardroom
Hard work and exposure are two keys to kick starting your board journey. Today, we discuss how being readily helpful and ambitious are underrated, but incredibly effective. We discuss your potential future serving a boardroom and also how to manage crisis in a boardroom with Howard Brownstein.
In today’s episode, we dive into the world of crisis management in the boardroom and the essential factors you should consider when searching for a board career. Having served as president of Brownstein corp. for 11 years, having been with the NACD for 5 years and many other career experiences, Howard Brownstein has been able to prosper amongst and help build many boards. He talks with us today about crisis management, an essential piece to his career and more, on Boardroom Bound.
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