Fri, 18 Nov|
Building your personal board for success
When we think of Boards, we tend to think of a group of executives that steer an organisation to success. This session uses that example and shows you how spending time on developing your own personal board will provide stewardship to enable your own personal and professional success.
Time & Location
18 Nov 2022, 12:00 – 13:30
Maven, 5a, Charlecote Mews, Staple Gardens, Winchester SO23 8SR, UK
About the event
More about the session
- You will learn what having a personal board can do for you
- The types of roles you should be thinking about having on your board
- Where and how to find your potential board members
- The main session will be for an hour with optional Q&A and networking for the last 30 minutes
Pre work for the session
Spend up to 15 mins, using your preferred method of brainstorming - list, mind map etc
and start to think about and write down all of the people within your existing personal and professional network.
We'll do more on this in the session, but this head start will enable you to make the most of the session.
More about your host
With over 25 years’ experience in SMEs, the 3rd Sector and Global Financial Services Kelly has worked with many amazing and inspiring colleagues and learnt so much.
She now enjoys a portfolio career working in a job share at JP Morgan focused on organisational coaching and transformational change, whilst also providing executive and career coaching and leadership development to a diverse range of corporate and individual clients via www.kellykeatingcoaching.com
Kelly is a huge advocate of flexible working and was delighted to be a winner of the Timewise Power List in 2022, which celebrates those role modelling part time careers.
Finally in the little spare time she doesn’t have she is a proud NED on two boards, The Together Project, a national charity focused on creating joyful intergenerational experiences and Aspirations Academy Trust who lead 16 schools in the South of England and who’s vision is to empower future generations to follow their dreams and to build a society of which we can all be proud.