Andy plays a Non-executive role* (a bit like a Non-executive Director) for a small handful of clients. He currently has space for two more additional businesses.
Non-Executives, such as a Non-executive Director and those who play the Non-executive role work as a “critical friend” of the board or CEO, assessing performance regularly and offering impartial strategic input or support for individuals at a senior level. Non-executives generally attend the monthly board meetings as a minimum.
“We hold monthly senior team meetings which everyone attends – come hell or high water. These meetings are playing a big part in keeping us on track. We spend two full hours together, with each team reporting on progress and Andy acting as independent chair –he’s very good at teasing out what people really think and ensuring everyone has their say. Andy’s can-do attitude has been infectious.”
John Smith, Louth Tractors.
Andy generally works 1-4 days per month for his clients and the amount of non-executive roles he holds are kept to a small amount so that he can offer maximum energy and high quality input.
“We hold regular board meetings, chaired by Andy, which all directors attend no matter how busy they are and whose agreed actions are followed through”
Joe Campion, Quadrant Building Control.
*Andy plays a non-exec role but would not be a Non-Executive ‘Director’ of your company.