So you’ve got a new board role. Now what? Once you get your first board appointment, the next step is to get some pointers on how to ensure you get off to a good start in the new role. Some organisations will run a structured induction process. In others, you may need to be more proactive in getting what you need to work effectively as a non-executive.
To make sure your first 90 days in your new board role are a success, in this article we share tips from WOB UK members on what to do first, from practicalities to starting to get a feel for the board dynamics, including:
- Get a list of board and committee meeting dates for the next 1-2 years to minimise diary clashes
- Get a copy of the prior year’s audit report
- Meet the chair and/or co/vice chair - ideally not together!
- Sit in your first board meeting as soon as possible
- Get to know the PA to the Chair or CEO
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