Becoming an Effective Board Member

Learn More About Your Business by Advising Others


They’re out there: Organizations in need of board members.


But what’s involved in serving on a for-profit advisory board? How can you tell whether you’re ready to serve? And how can you tell which company is right for you? We’ve considered these questions, and we have some answers.

Who Should Register?


A business leader interested in sharing their experiences and wisdom, while holding a business owner accountable for making effective decisions and positive change in her organization.

What is it?


A half-day program where you learn and practice the 5 components of becoming a high performing board member.

Why Sign Up?


Business owners feel lonely at the top. Your service as an effective board member can be invaluable support to them on a periodic basis.



No service offerings scheduled at this time.


  • Jack Lohbeck
    Business Advisor
  • Joe Castellano, Sr.

What Our Clients are Saying

What to Expect

Aileron’s Becoming an Effective Board Member program provides a framework for what it takes to become a valued advisory board member, or a more effective existing board member. Plus, you’ll participate in an advisory board simulation as a board member. By the end of the program, you’ll understand what it takes to be a dynamic, effective member of a for-profit advisory board. You’ll take the first steps on the path to board service—and you’ll gain new insights about your business journey while helping someone direct theirs.

This program is designed to provide you with:

  • A clear understanding of board member benefits and responsibilities.
  • Confidence in your decision to serve and share your experiences constructively.
  • Knowledge that your perspective and wisdom provides value to another business owner.

Let Companies Find You.

Create a profile to be placed within Aileron’s client board database. These are companies that know our Becoming and Effective Board Member program. So when business owners seek you out, they know that you’re ready to offer the wisdom they’re looking for.


Stop Wanting a Better Business and Start Building a Better Business.