What kind of legacy will you leave behind?
For many, board service is the pinnacle of their career – a reward of sorts for a job well done. Regrettably, few board directors think about the day they retire, let alone their legacy in the boardroom.
The idea of legacy is a deeply powerful way to align one’s current board service to the company’s long term objectives. Asking “what do I want to leave behind?” rather than “what do I need to do to comply?” expands our thinking about board succession. It offers a concrete sense of purpose in choosing how to plan for your succession and who to elect to succeed you.
What will you leave behind? A guide to creating your legacy in the boardroom will take you through creating a board succession plan that looks to the future instead of maintaining the status quo. Click here to download.