Getting Asked to Present to the Board Means You’re “Kind of a Big Deal.” Here’s How to Do It Right
The corporate board is often described as a black box, a powerful members-only club. For some executives, however, the time will come when the club door will swing open and they’ll be ushered inside. When that day arrives for you, you want to be ready. Deb Rubin, senior partner and head of RHR International’s Board & CEO Services, says it’s important to be well prepared. Making your material and delivery stand out is made easier with Fortune’s guide which includes input from board members, executives, and governance experts.
Deb spoke to Fortune magazine about how to prepare for your first board presentation.