Not everyone is equally good at all parts of the "private equity person" role – some investors are better at sourcing deals, buying companies, or raising money than at being director or leading the Board. To be great at guiding portfolio companies, you need to know when and how to work with a CEO who will not always (or maybe ever) be pleased with the Board. Getting each party to do their part in achieving the aims of the investors – a job they must do together – benefits from planning, skills, and knowledge.
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What you can do
Think about the boards you’re on. How many of these conversations have you had and would it be good to have one? Think about what, if anything, you contribute to the challenges on your most difficult board.
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