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Learn the skills to get heard and communicate with impact. The webinar uncovers the communication mistakes you are making and how to transform your message so the board listens and treats you as an equal member. You will learn the counterintuitive method that builds your credibility with your fellow directors.

Who is this for?
HR Leaders and Directors who want to make a bigger impact with the board.

Why should you attend?
Attend this webinar if you:
- Struggle to get heard at board level
- HR/People is perceived as ‘fluffy’ or of lesser importance than other areas such as finance
- Do not get respect from your fellow directors

Learn the skills to get heard and communicate with impact. The webinar uncovers the communication mistakes you are making and how to transform your message so the board listens and treats you as an equal member. You will learn the counterintuitive method that builds your credibility with your fellow directors.

Who is this for?
HR Leaders and Directors who want to make a bigger impact with the board.

Why should you attend?
Attend this webinar if you:
- Struggle to get heard at board level
- HR/People is perceived as ‘fluffy’ or of lesser importance than other areas such as finance
- Do not get respect from your fellow directors

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HR Directors Guide to Working with the Board Talent Grader 2022 Share Version.pptx

  1. 1. HR Directors Guide to Working with the Board Connect with Fiona and Renu 1 Fiona Kearns Kearns Consultancy Renu Gundala Talent Grader
  2. 2. AGENDA Intro and Board Challenges  Speak the right Language  Build Relationships  Stop being so nice Summary and Close 2
  3. 3. Board Challenges  Industry  Metrics  Diversity  NED Women 51%  Exec Men 86%  Minority Ethnic 61%  UK Nationals only 29% 3 Ref: UK Spencer Stuart Board Index 2021
  4. 4. The Right Language  Listen  Understand behaviours  Align priorities 4
  5. 5. Build Relationships  Connect on 1-1 basis  Understand the politics  Cultivate success 5
  6. 6. Stop Being so Nice  Be less Agreeable  Set your red lines  Speak up & challenge 6
  7. 7. HR Directors Guide to Working with the Board Take Action! Connect with Fiona Fiona Kearns, Business Psychologist Fiona@KearnsConsultancy.com +44 (0)734 1513095 7

Editor's Notes

  • Introduction: Poll: What concerns you about speaking with the board? Confidence, Being Disregarded,
    https://www.peoplemanagement.co.uk/article/1747306/women-hold-majority-non-executive-board-roles-first-time-analysis-finds
  • Introduction: Poll: What concerns you about speaking with the board? Confidence, Being Disregarded,
    https://www.peoplemanagement.co.uk/article/1747306/women-hold-majority-non-executive-board-roles-first-time-analysis-finds
  • Introduction: Poll: What concerns you about speaking with the board? Confidence, Being Disregarded,
    https://www.peoplemanagement.co.uk/article/1747306/women-hold-majority-non-executive-board-roles-first-time-analysis-finds
  • Introduction: Poll: What concerns you about speaking with the board? Confidence, Being Disregarded,
    https://www.peoplemanagement.co.uk/article/1747306/women-hold-majority-non-executive-board-roles-first-time-analysis-finds
  • Introduction: Poll: What concerns you about board meetings?
    Struggle to get heard at board level
    HR/People is perceived as ‘fluffy’ or of lesser importance than other areas such as finance
    Do not get respect from your fellow directors
    Something else?


    speaking with the board? Confidence, Being Disregarded,
    https://www.peoplemanagement.co.uk/article/1747306/women-hold-majority-non-executive-board-roles-first-time-analysis-finds

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