IoD LAUNCHES SEARCH FOR TWO NEW BRANCH CHAIRS

IoD LAUNCHES SEARCH FOR TWO NEW BRANCH CHAIRS

The Institute of Directors (IoD) is seeking a new chair for two of its branches: the Leicestershire & South East Midlands Branch and the Derbyshire & Nottinghamshire Branch.

 

The branches are two of the three which make up the IoD East Midlands region; the other is the Greater Lincolnshire and Rutland Branch.

 

The successful candidate will lead a branch committee, supporting IoD members to connect with one another, develop professionally as directors and influence policy and decision makers at the highest levels.

 

Gary Headland, the newly appointed Regional Chairman of IoD East Midlands, said: “This is a terrific opportunity to join a new and vibrant East Midlands team and to play a leading role in the recovery of business across our region. 

 

“I know from experience having been the chair of the Greater Lincolnshire Branch for the past four years that this voluntary role is incredibly interesting and the ability to help other business leaders is very rewarding.”

 

The successful candidates do not need to be an IoD member to apply but do need to be an IoD member at the point at which they assume the role. 

 

Interested candidates should send their CV and covering letter to:

 

iod.eastmidlands@iod.com by 29 June with interviews on 9 July.

 

The IoD was founded in 1903 and obtained a Royal Charter in 1906. It is a non-party political organisation with approximately 30,000 members in the United Kingdom and overseas. Membership includes directors from right across the business spectrum – from media to manufacturing, professional services to the public and voluntary sectors. Members include CEOs of large corporations as well as entrepreneurial directors of start-up companies.


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