From an industry perspective, becoming a board member is is a unique opportunity to develop the talent pool and raise standards within the industry. From a personal perspective, it will enable you to enhance your profile and be recognised for your contribution to the profession. It is also an opportunity to develop your leadership, communication and organisational skills. We are looking for someone with experience in the industry who is ready to take on a board level role. It is less important what sector you are currently working in or what your current role is, but you do need to be able to allocate a day or so a month to the eLN, spread across the month. You also need to be proactive and ready to take on new challenges. It will be helpful if you have good network already but being a director will help you to build that.
Board members meet monthly for an hour and use Slack to communicate in between meetings. The director’s role involves:
Find out more by talking to an existing board member – the current board is here: https://elearningnetwork.org/about-us/about-eln/
You must be an eLN member to be eligible to stand for election. You can propose yourself and must be seconded by an eLN member. Nominations close on 27th November.
If you have any questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nominations for 2020 are now closed.