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Three signs you should promote a manager to director level

Are you considering promoting someone to your board of directors?

There comes a time in a business’s growth when a business owner needs to consider promoting their staff. For larger businesses, who have a board of directors, part of their succession plan could include promoting employees onto the board.

However, giving someone the role of director and the added responsibility and accountability that comes with it is a big step. It is not a decision to be made lightly. So, how can business owners and leaders know when it is the right time, or if they have the right person?

To help, we’ve put together this guide, including three signs that you should consider promoting a manager to director level.

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