• Structuring your Board's Diversity Conversation

    This discussion guide from the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) is intended to help you structure board conversations about diversity and build a process for ensuring effective diversity in the boardroom.

     

    Use this guide to:

    • Prepare for meaningful diversity discussions in the boardroom 
    • Effectively define the scope and objectives of board diversity 
    • Create decision rules for achieving and maintaining the desired levels of diversity 

    Most Relevant Audiences: the full board and the Nominating & Governance committee.

  • DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION 

    TOOLKIT FOR MANAGERS

    Adopting an inclusive management style and understand the diversity of employees on your team and how they operate and think differently is a critical component of your role as a Manager.

     

    Our friends at Community Business and the Diversity and Inclusion in Asia Network (DIAN) have developed this excellent online toolkit to support managers as they seek to gain a deeper appreciation and greater understanding for inclusive leadership.

     

    This FREE Toolkit includes business case stories, soundbites and practical guides to encourage and empower managers to embrace diversity and inclusion as they lead their teams in Asia towards business success.

  • Navigating the First Year: An Onboarding Guide for New Directors

    Introducing the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) Navigating the First Year: An Onboarding Guide for New Directors. This valuable resource provides the questions all directors should understand they need the answers to, practical advice on what to do (and what not to do) during board meetings, and a checklist process for effective onboarding. The guide offers a structured program that helps new directors quickly understand the basics of serving the board. You are invited to download a robust executive summary complete with questions new directors should ask their management team within the first 30 days of joining their board.

  • Executive Leadership Support

    All members of DiversityDirectory are eligible to receive a 30% discount off their career-long membership to BlueSteps, the AESC (Association of Executive Search Consultant)’s flagship Executive and Board career management service. Your membership will confidentially highlight your credentials to the 350+ executive search firms of the AESC globally. Due to the high level and confidential nature of these searches, these board positions and roles are rarely posted publicly. Instead, AESC members do proactive candidate research, including using BlueSteps, to locate board-ready executives.

     

    DiversityDirectory Asia Pacific and AESC's BlueSteps - Supporting Your Search for New Board Opportunities

    Click below to obtain the DDAPAC promo code to activate your membership.

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