The Return Hub is delighted to partner with Women on Boards.
Women on Boards is a purpose-led business working to increase diversity in executive and non-executive leadership.
The Women on Boards network supports one member a day into a board position. They offer advice, inspiration, board CV support and also connect recruiting boards with diverse candidates.
Launched in the UK in 2012, they have evolved to work intersectionally with all genders. As WB Directors, they work with leading firms on their leadership development strategies – enabling under-represented talent to reach their potential and create inclusive working cultures.
Realise your board potential with Women on Boards
WOB are an open, inclusive network spanning all sectors, professions and career stages.
Their members include early/mid career professionals developing their strategic experience alongside busy day jobs and those who are stepping up to more competitive board roles as they build non-executive portfolios. Their Directors’ Circle community is for NEDs already experienced on complex boards.
Whatever your board ambitions, they can share tried and tested strategies for success.
- 365+ board roles gained a year
- 6 popular events a month
- 400 1-on-1 support calls last year
What makes them special?
A Vacancy Board transparently advertises the full range of board opportunities, and they offer the right support to help you clinch the opportunities.
As part of their membership, they offer personalised support with 1-on-1 pre-interview support, highly affordable individual Board CV reviews and ‘Ask a Director’ connections for our Directors’ Circle members.
They are committed to inclusivity and have developed a range of low-cost, high-impact on-demand resources at highly accessible price points. This ensures professionals from all sectors and at all career stages can get the knowledge they need to develop a board career.
But what is really special about their network is their members. Their community fosters open, honest feedback and shares experience and advice to maximise each others’ chance of success.