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How would you like a front row seat for training delivered by one of the leading authorities on Board architecture?
Well, then today is your day! Meet Mark Pfister.
In today's episode, Mark is giving us a summary of his training on how to become an exceptional board director candidate. Learn the proven and effective steps to plan and implement your Board candidate strategy. Experience how these achievable and focused efforts help you convey the expertise and confidence needed for serious Board Director and Board Advisor consideration.
Mark is the author of Across the Board: The Modern Board Architecture Behind an Effective Board of Directors. He has graciously offered five free signed copies of his book to my audience. To be entered into the drawing for one of these copies, please sign up here.
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