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Your reputation...
Both your personal & professional reputation are important when it comes to your next board interview.
Do the following before interviewing:
1. Be aware of how others perceive you
2. Search public information & public records to see what is available about you
3. Seek feedback from your CEO &/ or current board members
4. Ask for the people on your list of references for their letter of recommendation now so you not only have them ready but will also know what they will say. It is also a good idea to talk with others that the nom/gov committee might reach out to & see what they will say about you
The perception others have of you determines your reputation. Be sure you're projecting your best self. Learn more about the various ways we prepare women for corporate board service at womenintheboardroom.com
Sheila Ronning
CEO corner...

If you are thinking about getting on your first corporate board, I recently presented a webinar that covered all the basics including the role of board members, risk, compensation, time commitment & reasons to serve. Most importantly, I provided the steps you can take to get your seat at the table. 


In case you missed this webinar on 1/30, you can still receive the recorded version complimentary! Just register here for 'Your Guide to Getting on Your First Corporate Board' and the recording will be emailed to you. 


If you have any questions about the boardroom process after viewing it and want to discuss membership options, please feel free to set up a time to talk with me here.

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With 15 years of experience and over 40% of our VIP Members serving on corporate boards, we are the experts that will help you get your seat at the table. Our exclusive programs, including our Matchmaking Program (TM), Annual Board Assembly and proven networking process provide individualized counsel, coaching and connections to board influencers and connectors. Watch this video to learn more
WIB spotlight...
We are so grateful to our network  who've shared who we are & what we do at WIB with senior-level executive women looking to serve on corporate boards. 
To properly thank you,  we have started a WIBffs section of our newsletter to periodically display the names of those who have referred us. 
Send any potential VIP Members our way & we'll take care of them. Connect them to us through an email introduction to our CEO Sheila Ronning at sronning@womenintheboardroom.com. We'll then list your name for our other 47,000 newsletter subscribers to see, plus our social media audience of over 43,000.
Thank you so much for spreading the word about us in 2018 so we can see more women on corporate boards! 
6 openings...
We currently have six board positions available with the following companies. To inquire about how to apply for these openings, email us.
- 1 seat at public gaming company closes 1/31
- 3 advisory board seats at a public medical device company close 2/1
- 2 seats at a public controlled consumer goods company close 2/15
Next up...
Listen to this recording
It's all about who you know & who you are connected to. That's why we've created our Matchmaking Programâ„¢ & we encourage you to take a few minutes to listen to this recording to learn more about it. Contact us with any questions!
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