Board Search

Guidance + Governance

A strong board of directors helps propel your business forward and protect you from risk. Lyman Executive Search excels at finding the right advisors to guide family-owned, investor-backed or privately held companies.

With our broad and diverse professional networks, extensive board search experience, and exclusive focus on mid-sized companies, we can quickly tap the high-caliber executive talent who’ll be ideal for your organization’s structure, culture and goals.

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Fresh Thinking from
Knowledgeable Advisors

Today’s corporate boards welcome a diverse mix of directors and skills, from technology and business transformation to ESG and human capital; many are current CEOs, presidents and senior executives who appreciate the cross-pollination of ideas that come from board service.

Working with Lyman Executive Search helps you attract board members who will ask smart questions, connect you to new resources and prompt fresh thinking in your management team.

In every board search, we bring candor, collaboration and a deep understanding of corporate governance. It’s why numerous privately held companies trust us to staff these critical advisory roles.

Lyman Executive Search can help you:

  • Fill open seats on your board
  • Expand your board with new board members
  • Launch your company’s first board of directors

Learn more about our approach.

Is It Time to
Strengthen Your Board?

Objective guidance and expert thought leadership are crucial for growing organizations.

But, knowing when and how to revitalize your board with new talent may not always be clear. Consider recruiting new board members if your company:

  • Relies on the same advisors for extended periods
  • Lacks directors in current C-level or executive leadership positions
  • Needs stronger, more actionable guidance
  • Grows or changes significantly
  • Envisions new products, market expansion or M&A in the near future
  • Anticipates succession planning or transition in the C-Suite

Schedule a meeting to discuss your board needs.