Do your homework if you intend to join a board

If you have been offered a non-executive position on a board, it's vital to do your research about the company.

27th April, 2013
Thora Mackey.

If you have been offered a non-executive position on a board, it's vital to do your research about the company and its performance, the composition of the board and how it operates, and what will be expected of you in your role as a non-executive director.

Below are some areas to consider and questions you should ask before accepting a non-executive directorship:

It is important to ensure that you are a good fit for the...

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