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Asset management firms can benefit from gender D&I by developing a customized career development approach and nurturing an inclusive culture where women can make a significant contribution to the business.
Professional services firms that take advantage of changes to working models created by pandemic-fueled disruption could end up with a competitive edge in attracting and retaining top people from all backgrounds.
Lyndon Taylor, managing partner of Heidrick & Struggles’ Diversity & Inclusion Practice, talks about his clients’ current needs, how to incorporate inclusion into leadership development training, and the importance of showing up as his authentic self.
Institutions seeking to hire executives in digital assets will find it challenging due to the small talent pool made up of those who seek different incentives than more traditional potential hires.
Julian Sawyer, CEO of Bitstamp, the world’s longest standing crypto exchange, discusses the impacts of the accelerating pace of change in the digital assets and digital finance space.
Andy Caine and Tanya Hayes, both partners at Frazier Healthcare Partners in human capital and ESG, discuss Frazier’s unique approach to diversity and inclusion.
In this podcast, Steve Foots, CEO of Croda, discusses how the company integrated a purpose-led approach into its strategy and how it is driving growth by focusing on innovation while also embracing sustainability.
The next decade’s competition in the petroleum industry will be for leaders: those who are able to develop a new humility building their capabilities to think like activists internally, relate like diplomats externally, and serve as effective advocates.
The boards of companies that are going public through SPACs typically need to reshape themselves quickly. Considering new requirements in advance will help them position themselves for successful transactions.
Rethinking the focus and structure of the chief product officer role will help asset management firms better connect with customers, innovate more effectively, and operate more nimbly.
To make a social sector CEO search successful, boards and leaders should work to align their purpose with their employees, balancing employee perspectives with the financial, legal, and governance needs of the organization.
Some US chemical company boards have made progress on diversity by adding directors with nontraditional backgrounds. But more progress is needed. To improve, boards should focus on process, performance, and culture.
The fourth annual survey of healthcare and life sciences leaders shows a desire for stability and an accelerated shift toward business models that will help take their products to their customers in a digital-first world.
Simon Brown, chief learning officer at leading pharmaceutical company Novartis, explains how a culture of curiosity enables resilience, learning, and organizational effectiveness.
Healthcare IT companies are lagging on diversity. But industry leaders are committed to change, and many are taking concrete steps to improve their recruiting and talent management processes.
The way teams operate and deliver can make or break a company’s performance as well as set the tone for its culture. Leaders who keep their teams motivated, with all eyes set on a shared purpose, have a better chance of thriving in the long term.
Chief risk officers in financial services need to be far more than financial risk experts today. Firms need to fundamentally change how they develop risk executives to ensure they will have the leaders they need.
Jerry Liu, president of Cargill China, shares his thoughts on the evolving role of the CEO in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the biggest challenges leaders will face in the coming years.
As boards add new directors, they are increasingly struggling to find the right balance among their current structures and maintaining a healthy board culture. The right first step is assessing whether the basic structure is still fit for purpose.
Maggie Wilderotter, chair of the board of directors of DocuSign and former CEO of Frontier Communications, discusses her experiences building diversity at Frontier and how it helped the company as a whole perform better.