Member Since 2021
Martin Rowinski is a technology executive with over 25 years of experience providing leadership, developing and implementing strategic processes, and deploying new products to streamline services and improve growth in the fields of recruiting, finance, technology, marketing, and mortgage lending. He served as a CTO in past and is currently CEO of an executive recruitment firm, Boardsi, leading the way for executives to connect with companies seeking executive talent for Boards of Directors and Boards of Advisors.
Getting a seat on a company board might feel like sitting at the top of the food chain, and as leaders of our companies, we might all assume we know how to take the lead on a board. But running a board is not like running a company.
What better way to tap into the skills and expertise board members bring than to connect them with people in the same company looking for mentorship?
Cultivate executive talent in yourself to be the best leader you can be; cultivate executive talent in others to support and augment your abilities to lead your company to success.
The most important asset to becoming a board member today is your personal brand.
People today are looking for more meaningful work experiences, and one of the best ways to keep employees and draw in new ones is to make sure everyone has a personal mission that aligns with the company’s.
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By establishing hiring practices that allow you to more selectively choose candidates who align with your company’s goals and culture, you can drive job satisfaction and retain good employees.
15 ideas to build your confidence before the next presentation.
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Here's how to build your public speaking skills and command a crowd's attention.
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13 tips to improve your social engagement skills and build better alliances.
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Give the right leaders a creative space to help move your organization forward in the new year.
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Sometimes, it's not worth it to continue pouring resources into a product or service that's not gaining market traction.
There’s more to supporting the missions of nonprofits than just writing checks.
Clear expectations are essential for managers to get the results they want while empowering employees to do their best work.
Without jumping into the deep end, you can spend your life wading through the shallows.
Some regular practices may seem harmless but can hinder your effectiveness as a leader.
If you're not sure how to begin bolstering your organization’s diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts, take a page from the books of these nine companies.
When it comes to getting the word out about your business, your own online reputation can be a boon—if you manage it carefully.
AI can help employers choose better candidates, predict their behavior, and identify their motivation to work.
Boardsi is leading the way for executives to connect with companies seeking executive talent for Boards of Directors and Boards of Advisors. Boardsi specializes in helping companies build executive boards quicker and more efficiently, focusing on board diversity to reach companies’ highest success rate and fast growth potential. Boardsi is a private network for top-level executives, who benefit by finding board positions that match their skill levels.