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In this podcast, Tamla Oates-Forney shares her experiences and insights gained from leading her workforce through the COVID-19 crisis: the importance of putting people first, maintaining a sense of calm, and openness and transparency.
In this podcast, Holly Kortright, Senior Vice President of People at Ellucian, discusses how the CHRO role has evolved to being a business leader first, helping drive business success, and the company’s approach to attracting and retaining the best digital talent.
Nonprofit organizations and associations play a critical role in society. A survey of their board members identifies a number of strengths—and one glaring weakness.
A survey of association and nonprofit board members explores what motivates directors to serve, how directors view their roles, and how the organizations they support can improve their experience.
Successful education CEOs focus on business strategy as well as helping schools and students, yet a survey finds that this leadership style is rare. Companies must develop it internally or search elsewhere.
Overwhelmed institutions can tap this role to help them manage data overload and develop a cohesive data strategy.
A survey of more than 500 trade and professional association leaders looks at how they make decisions, approach challenges, and transform their organization in an era of turbulent change.
Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare CEO Gary Shorb discusses many positive outcomes from creating a 'Power of One' culture across the eight-hospital system on everything from financial performance to patient satisfaction and employee engagement.
Four senior association executives shed light on the skills that trade and professional association CEOs need to excel in turbulent times.
Nonprofit boards across America are grappling with the countervailing forces of funding pressures and increasing demands for their services, with most saying they are unable to meet their community needs. To deal with these and other issues, board chairs are looking for deeper business expertise, greater diversity, and new skills on their boards to deal with new realities.
The development of new Research Institutes in the Emerging Markets is an attractive but complex task. A recent study completed by Heidrick & Struggles in SE Asia identified a myriad of execution related issues to address before the launch of an institute, taking particular note of the complexities inherent in the emerging market locale.