How to Succeed as a First-time Chair

Stepping into a new Chair role can deliver a complex set of challenges for non-executive directors, no matter their career stage. Criticaleye’s Emily Jones explores the myriad of factors to consider, in order to meet the growing expectations of the role.

Featuring commentary from:

Venkataramanan Anantharaman, Chair, Ecom Express and Board Mentor, Criticaleye
Justin Kennedy-Payne, Business Development Manager, Criticaleye
Bridget Rosewell, Chair, M6toll
Mark Silver, Chair, Cordic and Board Mentor, Criticaleye
Bernie Waldron, Chair, Edgescan and Board Mentor, Criticaleye

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