Now that you know the purpose of a personal advisory board from part one in our series, and how it’s different from your network or your breadth of contacts on LinkedIn, this week we offer a way to determine WHO should be invited to join this select group as you navigate your next shift.
(And they SHOULD be invited: the “how to” of that drops in part three, debuting next week.)
Everyone will be selected, first, by vetting them through your own personal “non-negotiables” like kindness, open-mindedness, creative and personality preferences – but after you’ve aligned on that foundation, consider:
+ The specific change you want to make – this requires goal setting, and not everyone who got you here, will get you there.
+ Who do you admire?
+ Who thinks differently than you?
+ Who IS different than you? Diversity in age, gender, journey.
+ Who are you missing? How will you recruit for a certain role or roles?
Next time we’ll share how to make “the ask” – and get to work inviting your personal advisory board to the table as you make your shift and evolve in mastering your own career.
Watch Part 3: Making the Ask