OnBoarding Officers is a brand new accelerated non-executive director programme designed to develop and hone the skills of exiting military officers and SNCOs to help them to become world-class Non-Executive Directors (NEDs).
The participants on this five-day programme will be awarded the widely recognised Level 8 Certificate awarded by the Chartered Management Institute for this Accelerated Non-Executive Training Programme.
The OnBoarding Officers programme will give the delegates the skills and resources to make a real difference to the company they join. It will provide them with the confidence to ask the right probing questions of a governance, financial, strategic and marketing nature on issues that face boards on a regular basis. This is supported by the practical skills of the course tutors, programme ambassadors and Super NEDs who have world-class and award-winning skills.
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How to Secure a NED Position
OnBoarding Officers’ Super NED Charlotte Mason reflects and shares her experiences of how she has secured Non-Executive Director positions over the years. I am often asked “how can I break into the Non-Executive Director world”. To answer this question, I am forced to reflect on my personal journey to successfully securing a number of board…
Put Your Head Above the Parapet
OnBoarding Officers’ Ambassador, ex-Lieutenant Colonel, Richard Ward, recalls his experience of transitioning from the military into the corporate world in 1988 and how different it was then compared to today. “When I left the Army in December 1988 it was very hit or miss whether you had any proper Resettlement help as an Officer (it…
Marketing Isn’t About Winning Customers
Grant Leboff, OnBoarding Officers tutor for the Marketing & Strategy module, gives an insight into what delegates can expect to learn during this module. A thought leader in his field, Leboff’s main focus is to address the massive changes that are taking place in a world that is constantly being introduced to new technologies and an…
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