As the economy reopens and companies transition to a new normal, leaders have an opportunity to make the changes that will pave the way for women to rise through the ranks and succeed.
Synchrony's new hybrid "hub" model will let employees choose how they want to work, which is expected to improve recruitment, engagement and retention.
When demonstrating commitment to ESG, leaders must balance their instinctive desire to do what they feel is right with their responsibility to deliver results for not just their shareholders but also their key stakeholders, including employees.
Want to create a successful, sustainable pipeline of female leaders? Show them a clear development path that is outcome-based, purpose-driven and sets sights on attainable goals.
ERGs can serve as informal focus groups, helping to surface issues that might otherwise go unnoticed and which can even strengthen not only your culture but also your products and services.
No one, not even the CEO, can make the majority of decisions that affect an organization’s performance. You need strong, well-led teams to make good choices and generate results. Five ways to do that.
Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but if you're setting up gamerooms and in-office massages to copy another company's culture, that could be your downfall.
Even in the depths of the 2008-09 recession, financially resilient companies showed a 25-point higher EBITDA than nonresilient counterparts and enjoyed markedly better recovery. But going forward, organizational resilience will be every bit as vital to success.
How one CEO cultivates a "culture of enough" to decrease internal competition and boost win-win, cooperative thinking and behavior.
America’s HR chiefs are more confident than CEOs about prospects for business in the year ahead—with one very big area of difference.