BossJansen strength lies in appointing Non-Executive Directors
Companies require the right talent to join their boards to add new energy and vision. Unfortunately it is often difficult for companies to achieve the right balance between seasoned executive skills and “up and coming” talent at a senior level, which would include executives looking to take their first step as non-executive directors on to a board.

At BossJansen it is one of our core strengths to assist companies in getting this balance right by identifying and marketing new talent, as well as engaging with established non-executive directors with regards to their portfolios and ambitions.

What is a Non-Executive Director?

A non-executive director (NED) is a member of the board of directors of a company who does not form part of the executive management team. He or she is not an employee of the company or affiliated with it in any other way. They are differentiated from inside directors, who are members of the board also serving as executive managers of the company.

Non-executive directors are the custodians of the governance process. They are not involved in the day-to-day running of business, but monitor the executive activity and contribute to the development of strategy.



Non-executive directors’ Practices and fees trends report

South Africa – January 2013. The sixth edition of the annual review of the practices and fees trends of non-executive directors.