Companies add women board members without CEO experience

04/8/2013 | Bloomberg

Some corporations are adding more women to their boards by looking for qualified candidates who may not have served as chief executives. "You can't just have a knee-jerk reaction that you need an active CEO," said Julie Daum, a recruiter at Spencer Stuart. Serving on boards can give rising leaders valuable experience that can help them become successful CEOs later in their careers, experts say.

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