Our boardroom conversations include our popular evening events and our FTSE NED breakfasts.
The banners above show the next three events. To see all upcoming events and to see if we have a Boardroom Insight evening in your area soon then click on our Events Calendar.
Boardroom Insights for aspiring non executive directors
Women on Boards boardroom conversations are designed to inform and motivate, whilst providing you with new connections.
Come along to be inspired by the opportunities on boards in a sector you haven't previously considered, or for in-depth insights from current non-executives in an area you are targeting. These events are also great opportunities to broaden your networks, regardless of where your board aspirations lie. Both men and women are welcome.
For more information about these events, watch this short Youtube clip
Since our UK launch in September 2012 we have covered a broad range of sectors in our Boardroom Conversations:
- Public Sector: Non Departmental Government Bodies and Executive Committees
- Sporting bodies
- Pension Funds and Investment Trusts
- Charities and other Not-for-Profits
- NHS Trusts and Clinical Commissing Groups
- Education Sector: Schools, Academies, Colleges and Universities
- Housing Associations
- SME and Technology sector
- Building Societies
- Prison Monitoring Boards
In addition to London, we run our Boardroom Conversations across the UK including Manchester, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Reading, Cardiff, Leeds and Bristol.
BOARDROOM LITERACY SERIES
WOB UK hosts two boardroom literacy events, designed to provide current and aspiring board members with core skills in areas where every board director and trustee needs a minimum level of knowledge:
- Financial Literacy for the boardroom, sponsored by PwC
- Cyber Literacy for the boardroom, sponsored by Cisco
These events typically run twice a year in London. If you cannot see an upcoming event in the Event Calendar, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FTSE NED Breakfasts
We hold these events every two months in London, in collaboration with Mentore. The format is a small breakfast for 20 to 30 people with a speaker who is an experienced FTSE NED. We also invite an executive recruiter working in the NED space. Over the last few years we have been supported by a number of recruitment firms who are interested in meeting our senior members including; Warren Partners, Korn Ferry, Spencer Stuart, Norman Broadbent, Demeter, Zygos Partnership, Odgers Berndston, MWM Consulting, Heidrick & Struggles and Halsey Keetch.