Are you a board member, senior leader or governance professional who wants to increase diversity in the boardroom?
THREE MISTAKES IN RECRUITING BOARD MEMBERS AND SENIOR LEADERS
Identify Practical and Effective Strategies to Recruitment and Retention
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Hi! I’m Mante (she/her)
I’ve spent over 15 years working with organizations to advance diversity, equality and inclusion.
I know what it is like to be recruited to a board position in order to check a box. I also know what it takes to cultivate a board and senior leadership team where everyone can experience inclusion, psychological safety, and be treated equitably.
Board diversity is more than representation around the table. It involves a culture where individuals with different social identities and lived experience can inform decision-making, and where their advice has value.
And now, I am ready to share specific strategies and experience I’ve acquired to help professionals like you to advance organizational change and ensure that your board members and senior leaders are representative of the communities you serve.
in Three Mistakes in Recruiting Board Members and Senior Leaders