A growing number of CEOs are taking on an activism role. Our jobs as CEOs now include driving what we think is right.
Learn how Courageous Conversations can help you shift gears on workplace inclusive culture to drive action & impact with this webinar on demand.
As hard as it is right now, don’t be afraid to channel your optimism and do what you can do to prepare for or lean into that scenario now.
The importance of values in a time of crisis is key. Leadership lessons from 9/11 teach you to be at your best when the world is at its worst.
Recharge days are not the only way to support employee wellbeing. WeSpire offers numerous programs that can help with employee wellness.
One of the largest state-operated utility companies in the US focuses on becoming a sustainable organization through both their services and their workplace.
Companies have saved nearly $9 billion in energy costs during the pandemic. The problem is that energy is just moving over to your employees.
For the past two weeks many of my evenings have been spent at the 2020 Olympics. I rarely watch TV, let alone sports. However, I
Recently I was asked to speak to the women’s employee resource group of one of our customers about networking. The organizer shared that many women
Companies are having trouble filling open positions. Is it labor market insanity or are there other underlying reasons to consider and address?
The workplace needs to be a supportive community for our collective COVID grieving that helps all of us who have lost loved ones.
Coming back together after a year apart is so great in many ways, and can also be a little awkward at times. Here are 7 ways to deal with it at work.
Giving and getting feedback is an essential part of business and life. Doing so with radical candor is even more effective.
If 2020 has taught us anything, it is that leaders need to be better humans. What have you done recently to learn how to be a better human?
The struggles of working parents have never been more acute than during the pandemic. Cultural changes about parenting and work are needed.
During the pandemic, we have been able to see clearly that organizations—not just individuals—have different levels of resilience.
In a global business, leaders need to rethink and redefine the workday and teamwork. It’s a very small planet and we are now tightly connected.
As I reflect on the most important leadership lessons I have learned over the course of 2020, three rise to the top.
In early September, I got back into a rowing shell for the first time in seventeen years. Only this time, instead of 7 other women
Now is the time in your career and in your life when you most need to find and use your compassion superpower. So, what should you do?
It’s not just the US reporting significant stress over the election; the world is on pins and needles. Here’s the best advice for leaders over the next few weeks.
I have chosen as a CEO to make my opinions clear to my employees and to many others as well. But I have drawn a line at sharing my opinions with our users.
Leading through anxiety and traumatic moments is a challenge. This webinar discusses how leaders can effectively navigate while also managing business priorities.
The death of RBG — and the resulting surge of attention on gender equality — has reminded us we still have a lot of work to do.
The “firsts” in our lives matter. They have an outsized impact on progress. Who in your life is trying to be the first at something?
The ability to vote in the U.S. has been a hard fought battle for many and barriers continue to emerge. This year give employees time to vote.
Ask yourself: “If I died today, what would I regret?” Write down what comes to mind, if anything. Then, just go.
Harboring an idea for a new business? Just handed the circumstances to take the leap? Right now, the world needs brave people like you. Go ahead and launch.
Whenever anyone does something innovative, new, or different, the naysayers are everywhere. Thankfully, they have little power over us.
I turned 50 this week. I am celebrating, but it has also prompted reflection on what the next fifty years might be like.
Whether you made any New Year’s Resolutions or not, learning to get habits to stick gives you a superpower that many people don’t have.
In 2020, WeSpire turned 10. I look forward to working with you over this next decade to build a better working world.
As a parent, how do you raise children who will be courageous and helpful? As a leader, how do you create a culture of courageous helpers?
I think that the CEO of a purpose-driven, trusted, large company has great potential run as a candidate to unite our bifurcated electorate.
CEOs, like grey wolves, have an outsized impact relative to other executives and other employees.
Like many leaders, I don’t completely stop working while on vacation. It’s partly the nature of entrepreneurship and running a small company. There are just
Bringing your whole self to work can mean so many things. Recently, I’ve been reading Michelle Obama’s autobiography to my daughter before bed. It’s been
In this era, moral courage might be one of the most critical leadership skills. But is one just born courageous or can you cultivate courage?
I swore I would never write about work-life balance. My reasons were in part to avoid perpetuating the gender stereotype. I find it’s a topic
Recently, I found myself in the gap: I didn’t know many women who were raising children while in leadership roles with a working spouse.
Why should organizations use the Employee Net Promoter System (eNPS) to actively manage and understand their customer experience?