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  Executive and Non-Executive   Board of Directors

Companies around the world are at the beginning of a huge change. The Board of Directors is now challenged to initiate a reframing and to trim their mindset to turn problems into opportunities. Only a differentiated approach can lead to the realization that we are currently not facing the biggest problem in our history, but rather the biggest opportunity for humanity. In concrete terms, this means moving away from fear and the rigidity of shock to a mindset of possibilities.

This type of comprehensive change is challenging because it requires adjustments at all levels; from the mindset to the business model to the use of the latest technologies. 


The role of a board member is increasingly complex and requires specific skills and knowledge. wygroup has the knowledge, experience, and independence of mind to challenge and ask the right questions.


Since wygroup monitors the executive management, it is vital that we are impartial and not influenced by other associations, shareholders or interested parties.

However, in all activities, we must act as in the interests of those who have an interest in the company, such as shareholders, employees, clients, and society in general.


Executive and non-executive directors also have a mentoring role to advise and guide Chairmen and Chief Executives where issues arise, or prior to them being brought up in board meetings. They are the "critical friend" of the CEO and executive team, with 50% of their role asking questions on how the business is run in the best interests of its stakeholders while spending 50% of the time supporting the team towards mission success and growth. They can also sit on subcommittees to ensure the company benefits most from their skill sets.


If you are looking for an executive or non-executive director who

  • brings your company to the next level

  • successfully bring the digital transformation to your goal

  • contributes to the development of strategy

  • Supports fellow directors in their leadership of the organization while monitoring their conduct

  • questions intelligently, debates constructively, challenge rigorously and decides dispassionately

  • scrutinizes the performance of the executive management, in meeting agreed goals and objectives

  • constructively reviews the proposed decisions of the Board of Management and ensures that an appropriate review is carried out in all circumstances

  • knows how to build an international sales team and develop go-to-market strategies

  • sets up the strategy of new business fields or market segments

  • supports a positive culture of trust and adopts behaviors in the boardroom and elsewhere that exemplifies the corporate culture


then wygroup has the right candidate for you.


A good executive appointment will also expand business relationships based on the long-time network.

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