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HR can make a huge difference in school governance

HR's role in the school sector is weak, far behind many other public service organisations

Can HR truly add value as a non-executive?

Just like we’ve had to demonstrate the value of HR internally, we also need to change the views of those recruiting NEDs

Moving your HR career onwards and upwards, part three

January is a time for change, so if you've been considering a career move lately read on

Why you should train the board

Taking on the role of director puts one in a highly visible, but also vulnerable, position. It’s one which can lead to an enhanced reputation or a ruined one, both for individuals and the companies...

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Significant increase in female NED appointments

There are more female non-executives in the FTSE 350 than ever before

The HR director as NED

The issues facing HRDs seeking NED careers and boardroom sway

How HRDs can enhance influence at board level

HRDs should improve networking and financial and political knowledge, says Helen Pitcher

Why more HR directors are taking on NED roles

HR directors are quietly increasing their board presence and experience, with more and more taking on NED roles

How to be a great NED

NED roles for HR professionals benefit both the individual and the board. A chairman and an HRD share their views

NEDs drive growth in law firms

UK law firms with at least one non-executive director (NED) on their board have seen revenue grow by one-third more than those without, according to figures released by executive search firm Edward...

More women are being recommended as non-execs

More women are being recommended for non-executive director (NED) roles, according to the latest Life in the Boardroom report by boardroom remuneration consultancy MM&K.