A technology columnist for The New York Times kicked off his presentation to 800 corporate sustainability and responsibility executives at BSR19 this week with this pronouncement: “No Job is Robot-Proof.”
My mother gave a TedTalk on the importance of finding space for, caring for, and really listening to your soul.
Companies with female-dominated leadership team grow faster, but struggle to raise capital. How do we feel about funding inequities?
Increasingly, I believe purpose-driven businesses will see flexwork as a key part of their culture strategy.
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?
Psychological safety is the shared belief that the team is safe for interpersonal risk taking. It can be defined as “being able to show and employ one’s self without fear of negative consequences.”
I think that the CEO of a purpose-driven, trusted, large company has great potential run as a candidate to unite our bifurcated electorate.
Climate activism is about to go mainstream, which means every leader needs to be prepared for an increasing level of employee activism.
If you have major stress, then a radical change may be necessary. But for most of us, small, regular actions will lead to better wellbeing.
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