You’ve put in a lot of effort to secure an interview with a corporate board networking, creating your profile and elevator pitch, alerting your professional networks of your interest in board service applying for and getting the desired interview. This is a milestone on your journey to the board and visite site you should be satisfied that you made it this far. The interview is only one of the many steps you will need to take on your way to an open seat on the board.
The interview is an opportunity for the company to evaluate whether you are able to add value to their company and help to achieve their strategic goals. During the interview, the company may ask questions about your experience and background to assess your leadership abilities. They may also discuss the culture of the board and how you could work with existing board members.
It’s important to be prepared for your interview by knowing your unique value proposition (BVP). You should know what makes you different from other candidates and how you can add value to your team. This BVP should be at the forefront of your mind throughout the entire interview. Be aware of any conflicts of interest you might have that could prevent you from becoming an official member of the board. Knowing this information will allow you to address these issues in an informed way with the interviewers.