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They say a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, but if you’re planning a long and successful journey, you should also have a strategy.
That’s definitely true if you are on the journey to a board seat.
As you know from our introductory articles, women who are pursuing a seat on a corporate board are often at a disadvantage.
Today we are launching our Journey to a Board Seat – a 12-part article series to show leaders how to become a board member. If you want to advance your career as a business executive, improve your skills in your leadership role, or find a way to transition from a corporate career into an interesting semi-retirement, this journey is for you.
The problem many women leaders face is that their career path at some point hits a dead end. Either they want a senior executive position and can’t seem to get it; or they have that position and know they need to expand their skills to succeed; or they have had it and are ready to ease off – they want to move into a new phase of their professional lives without giving up their professional identities.
Many of us have an action plan, or to-do list, to keep ourselves organized - at the beginning of the day we write down everything that we have to do, and then the day is filled with the victorious crossing off of items from the list. But what happens when you get to the end of the day, and too often there are lot of things left?