In this article I describe the benefits of setting up a personal, outline how it works, what topics it should cover and how to select the board members.
It is important to actively drive your career development. But that should not be done alone. You should get the support from people who know you, who know your function and who know your industry. Your personal board will help you review your career strategy, and it will be there to answer questions on how to best steer your professional development.
The board will provide advice on important career decisions, and you will be able to draw on the board members’ experience and expertise. Such a career advisory board can become a major success factor for your professional development. Don’t wait to set it up!