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Having arranged hundreds of meetings between prospective directors and client boards, there is consistent feedback about what makes one candidate stand out above others.
After 25 years of searching for Non- Executive Directors in Australia and New Zealand, some features appear consistently across the boards that successfully recruit and appoint high quality directors. While a board has many responsibilities over and above the selection of directors, only when there is attention on getting composition right, can a board truly excel.
Our Founder & CEO, Jason Johnson was delighted to join Katrina Rathie and Katina Law on a panel on “Building Culturally Diverse Boards” at the Australian Institute of Company Directors Governance Conference in Melbourne....
An independent Non-Executive Director/Chair can bring considerable benefit to a privately owned business by: Bringing an experienced external perspective to the business and consequently providing support to the owner/...
Johnson Partners has an excellent track record of assisting with performance reviews of boards and identifying ways in which Boards can improve governance and effectiveness. We have developed a comprehensive model for review that can be tailored to the specific needs of any Board.
The sample below provides a comprehensive overview of the skills, attributes and duites required of a Non-Executive Director on the board of a Not for Profit. Position Title: Non-Executive...
Johnson Partners has an excellent track record of sourcing qualified, interesting and appropriate candidates to meet the needs of your Board. We use our extensive knowledge of the director market, purpose built database and 20 years of experience as a specialist business to ensure a good outcome for your Board.
With the availability of electronic job boards and social media, it appears a simple task to find a person with particular skills and experience.
At the broadest possible level, the board has two fundamental responsibilities: to ensure compliance and to improve performance.
The role of the Chair has expanded in recent years and is now more than that of Chair of the Board; it is also the Chair of the company.