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  • Forging a path for women on boards

    It was great discussing the growing trend of getting women on corporate boards on Fox Business News!

  • Harris Pastides

    In direct and thoughtful prose, Jill sets forth a winning plan that will help current and future business leaders assess their potential for essential service on a corporate board. Tackling tough questions such as use of time, compensation, liability and more, Griffin dives into every aspect of board membership. This book is a “must have” for potential board members who wish to sharpen their skills and earn a place at the table. I am delighted that Jill, a graduate of the University of South Carolina, has provided an insightful tool for the next wave of corporate leaders.

  • Elaine Eisenman PhD

    Jill Griffin has written a superb playbook for those seeking to understand and ultimately to join a corporate board….Although it is clear that Griffin is passionate about the criticality of decreasing the the gender gap in the boardroom, her thoughtful and insightful recommendations can be easily utilized by men and women alike

  • Jeffrey Hayzlett

    This book gives you the game plan to serve in one of the most elite business roles in the world, a corporate board member. Learn how to earn a coveted spot.

  • John Berra

    All the best advice—all in one place.

  • William C. Hubbard

    Jill has given us a most practical and to the point primer on not just how to position oneself for board membership, but also how to advance in any organization or association, whether for profit or not-for-profit. This book will assist not only women as we seek greater diversity on boards, but also will help prepare any motivated person who wants to advance her or his career in a sustainable way.

  • Ralph Hasson

    Jill answers the question every aspiring director asks: “How do I get my first board seat?” The first practical, hands-on, nuts-and bolts guide on the subject, and bound to be the best.

  • Betty Sue Flowers

    Anyone who wants to serve on a corporate board should read Griffin’s book – but so should anyone else who works in business. Entertaining, inspiring, and, above all, useful.

  • Mary Scott Nabers

    Want to join a corporate board? Don’t start the process before reading Jill Griffin’s new book, Earn Your Seat on a Corporate Board. Jill shares advice on strategy, interviewing, positioning, selection criteria and making memorable impressions. Insight from someone who knows the ropes. I highly recommend her most recent publication.

  • Melanie Barstad

    Earning a seat on a corporate board takes work…hard work…and the process is very competitive. Jill’s book outlines planning your approach with key critical steps to not only consider but also prepare and master as you seek your board seat. The book is clear, precise, well written and easy to follow. A must read.

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