Sunday, February 6, 2011

Live, or On-Line—Women in the Boardroom Events

Here are a couple of opportunities for leadership:

First, Live:

San Francisco
WOMEN IN THE BOARDROOM

Tuesday, February 8, 2011
3:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Registration at 2:30 PM

Hyatt Regency San Francisco
5 Embarcadero Center
San Francisco, CA 94111

Women in the Boardroom is an executive leadership event designed to assist in the preparation for board service - better qualifying and connecting attendees with the right resources. Our
panelists are executives with for-profit board experience and a
desire to share their knowledge and necessary tools for serving
as a director.  Although the focus is for-profit boards, much of
the knowledge gained can be applied to non-profit service.

Topics of Discussion Include:

- Role of being a director
- Differences of a non-profit, private and public board
- Board selection process
- Being an effective board member
- Positioning yourself for board service/taking the next step

To Register Online:

Click Here


Or, if you’re not in San Francisco, try the online options:

Wednesday, February 23, 2011 at 12PM EST
Join Women in the Boardroom
LIVE online for our 1st Virtual Panel (vPanel)


What is a vPanel?


vPanel is our newest platform to reach a larger audience and to bring you more experiences from other people who have for profit board experience from across the country.  Our in-person events are just once a year per city, so don't miss out on the opportunity to join us live on the web for additional learning.  We will feature three panel members who will share their experiences of board service.  They will be coming to you via their web cams and you will be able to sit and relax right at your desk.  The event is interactive, so you can ask questions as we go along.


Purpose of the event?


Women in the Boardroom is an executive leadership event  designed to assist in the preparation for board service - better qualifying and connecting attendees with the right resources. Our panelists are executives with for-profit board experience and a desire to share their knowledge and necessary tools for serving as a director.  Although the focus is for-profit boards, much of the knowledge gained can be applied to non-profit service.


Neither works for you, but you want to be in the loop?  Try social media connections:

Join our "Women in the Boardroom" group on LinkedIn
and be connected to over 2,600 people across the US.

Follow us @BoardroomWomen on Twitter.

To submit information for the partner newsletter please
email info@womenintheboardroom.com


Just don’t complain you don’t know how to get in the loop!

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