Boardroom Autumn 2021
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Make your governance CV really work for you – lunch clinic with Karen Price.
Aimed primarily at emerging directors, this virtual clinic will offer guidance on structuring your governance CV and how to get your value proposition across.
We will look at CV content and what is and isn’t relevant along with how you can maximise opportunities through the Institute of Directors’ board appointment services.
This clinic is facilitated by Karen Price. Karen will share tips on how to make your governance CV stand out, provide examples of good governance CV’s and help you understand the short-list process.
Lunch will be provided.
Karen is an entrepreneur who works with multidisciplinary teams on large and complex projects across a diverse range of industry sectors. Excited by innovation, she chose a pioneering career in climate change 30 years ago. As a mild extrovert, Karen nurtures a wide and diverse network of contacts. She works with lots of young people, is internationally connected, and strives to keep abreast of emerging trends.
Karen co-founded several successful private and public organisations – the NZ Society for Risk Management; the NZ Carbon Exchange Limited, and environment law firm ChanceryGreen. While she still practises as an environment lawyer, Karen now spends a good proportion of her time serving on the boards of a number of companies.
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