Ever wonder, of all the sustainable actions you could take, what one green thing is the most impactful? For Earth Day 2021, what’d your one green thing that you will try this year?
If this year has demanded one skill in particular, it’s adaptability. It’s time to keep focused on the big picture, but be flexible and creative as we re-evaluate the path forward. It is filled with opportunities to try new things and find better solutions to the ways we’ve always done things, even Easter Dinner.
From everyday allies to business leaders, our AAPI colleagues & neighbors need us to break through the hate to build more inclusive spaces.
Unlocking untapped funds for nonprofits takes novel approaches to corporate giving, employee matching, and personal philanthropy.
At the anniversary of the pandemic, now is the time for reflection and recalibration to design what we want our post-pandemic normal to be.
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?
Our research shows access to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) programs has dropped 35% since 2019. Possible causes? Reliance on in-person activities and volunteer leadership, as well as the lack of technology.
Leadership teams and boards around the world are talking about where and how employees will conduct remote work post-pandemic.
The struggles of working parents have never been more acute than during the pandemic. Cultural changes about parenting and work are needed.
The line from GreenBiz that stood out to me came from Former CEO of Unilever Paul Polman: “We are short on leaders and trees.”
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.