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Most of our blog posts feature related essential resources and ‘must reads’. This week, we’ve pulled together those we’ve flagged since the beginning of the year, and grouped them into subject areas. Let us know in the comments if you know of others you’d like us to add.

See our previous resource round-up

Resources to help you prepare and apply for board roles

Preparing for a board role? – the Ministry for Women, New Zealand

How to get a boardroom position: practical tips for success – Claire Braund in the Guardian

Preparing Your Board Resume – Deborah Rosati for Women Get on Board

Board level volunteering – the CIPD website

How to write a Non-Executive Director CV – on NEDworks: the network for Non-Executive Directors

10 Insights: Is Your Board CV As Effective As It Needs To Be? – The Talent Advisors

How to write a board CV – Kirti Ladd on the Harvey Nash APAC blog

Roles and responsibilities of directors and boards – BREFI Group

The role of the board, chairman and non-executive directors – the UK Corporate Governance Code –

What are the 12 essential roles of a board? – reach

Your responsibilities as a director FAQs – The law donut

For some basic financial guidance – My Accounting Course

Social media and digital marketing-related resources

Digital Marketing Comes of Age in Gartner’s CMO Spend Survey 2015-2016

Traditional vs. digital advertising: what’s changed and what hasn’t? – Jed Mole on Econsultancy

The Digital Marketing Institute on the digital revolution

Why No One Uses the Corporate Social Network – Charlene Li in Harvard Business Review

How Social CEOs Harness Social Media for Knowledge Management – Hayes Drumwright in KM World

Implementing a social intranet in a professional services environment through Web 2.0 technologies – Shimrit Hamadani Janes, Keith Patrick and Fefie Dotsika in The Learning Organization, Vol. 21 Iss: 1, pp.26 – 47

Social Media versus Knowledge Management – Anthony J. Bradley and Mark P. McDonald in Harvard Business Review

Equality, diversity and inclusion resources

How to recognise and overcome your unconscious bias – Kelly Long in the Guardian Women in Leadership section

The First Women Summit – our report on Summit discussions on unconscious bias, and calling out prejudice

Unconscious bias in higher education – the Equality Challenge Unit

The Most Undervalued Leadership Traits Of Women – Glenn Llopis in Forbes

Women on Boards: still a top priority – results of our survey on how best to support women into board roles

It’s Time for a New Discussion on “Women in Leadership” – Avivah Wittenberg-Cox in Haravrd Business Review

Women in Recruitment: Westminster Business School’s research – plans for supporting talented women in the recruitment sector

Help Your Daughter Flex Those Leadership Muscles – Komuns

Women and the Workplace: The benefits of gender diversity put to the test – Dina Medland in the FT

The Language of Leadership: gender differences – this blog explores how men and women use words differently, and what the implications of this are for leaders in organisations

Women will get equal pay … in 118 years – Juliette Jowet in The Guardian

Inclusive Leadership: culture change for business success – Business in the Community

The APSCo Awards for Excellence – Diversity & Inclusion in the recruitment profession – our report – research and opinion about innovations in employment practice, organisational development, technological change and public policy.

Risk management: essential resources

M_o_R®  Frequently Asked Questions

The Institute of Risk Management website

Health and Safety Executive risk management resources

International Risk Management Institute resources

3 essential resources for choosing your MBA

The Association of MBAs (AMBA)
MBA information and events from QS
The Economist MBA guide


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