Board 101: Serving on a Corporate Board: Uncover If It’s for You & Where to Start | Women in the Boardroom

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Board 101: Serving on a Corporate Board: Uncover If It’s for You & Where to Start

Have you ever wondered what it looks like to serve on a board? Do you have the skills to be a valuable member of a corporate board, but aren’t sure where to start?

CEO & Founder of Women in the Boardroom President, Sheila Ronning, will give her insights into the process of securing a board seat. She’ll share everything she’s learned about how to identify the right organization and position for yourself, as well as how to put yourself in front of the right decision makers.

Through this interactive session you will:

  • Visualize what it looks like to serve on a board
  • Determine which board might be right for you
  • Get insight into the process of securing a board seat
  • And more!

Decide if board service is right for you and develop a plan to start your journey to your first corporate board seat!

Host

Sheila Ronning

Date & Time

September 30, 2022
1:00 PM ET

Non-Members

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Registrants will receive sign-on information one day prior to the webinar via email. The recorded version of the webinar is automatically sent to all registrants afterward whether you attend the live version or not.

About the Host

Founder & CEO, Women in the Boardroom

Sheila Ronning is CEO & Founder of Women in the Boardroom, a professional membership organization providing senior-level executive women with the tools, knowledge, and connections for corporate board service.

Considered a pioneer in the industry and by her peers, Sheila broke the mold in 2002 with the launch of Women in the Boardroom, by being the first to form such an organization with customized executive training programs and networking opportunities, creating a proven program and process for women to enter board service.

Since its founding, Sheila has grown Women in the Boardroom into an organization with international outreach across multiple industries and countless private and public boardrooms, including Fortune 100 companies.

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