What we all can learn from the great sports captains in history, when executives say they expect workers to be back in the office, and more.
“I’ve only seen one communication model that works,” explains sports writer and leadership consultant Sam Walker.
“For 95% of our species’ history, work did not occupy anything like the hallowed place in people’s lives that it does now,” recounts Suzman. Why did that change?
Should companies be giving money to politicians at all? And if they do so, what are the principles they should follow?
PayPal launched an effort to improve its employees’ financial health, and it’s showing results.
A briefing on PayPal’s pioneering employee financial wellness plan, the response of business to the Capitol attack, and more.
Goodwin focuses in Leadership on the seminal trials of four US presidents, relevant to our own moment in history.
We all should be dissatisfied with the status quo around compensation. From the perspective of 2020, this might seem disruptive, or radical. But future generations will wonder what took us so long to address it. Now that companies are saying they care about “stakeholders,” we should hold them, and ourselves, accountable for acting on it by paying fairly for work.
Lata Reddy is a former civil rights attorney who oversees DEI, philanthropy, and impact investing at Prudential.
Is the momentum for racial equity that built over 2020 now in danger of flagging? Michael McAfee, president and CEO of PolicyLink, addresses the concerns.