Here’s how Mary Berner halved employee turnover & made the people of Cumulus Media a true FORCE to be reckoned with.
Stanley M. Bergman, CEO of Henry Schein, Inc., has been named “2017 CEO of the Year” by Chief Executive magazine, an honor bestowed upon an outstanding corporate leader, nominated and selected by peer CEOs.
Exler also is overseeing the move of Mercedes’ American operations from its traditional headquarters in New Jersey to Sandy Springs, Ga., in metro Atlanta.
Creating an innovative culture in a large, global organization requires the ability to let go of conventional norms.
We often hear that workplace loyalty is a thing of the past.
Pot is still illegal in most U.S. states, carries a certain negative stigma and remains the fodder of organized crime gangs. But that didn't stop Hadley Ford, a former investment banker and founder of cancer-treatment company ProCure, from plunging into the industry headlong.
Countless words have been written about the idiosyncrasies of the Millennial generation.
“As companies seek to identify, hire and train the next generation of leaders for the digital age, they are faced with a host of transformative changes that are no longer just on the horizon,” says George Brooks, EY Americas Leader, People Advisory Services.
Alan Meltzer, CEO of The Meltzer Group, is a strong believer in giving back—and fostering the philanthropic spirit. Along with his wife, Amy, Meltzer launched the Meltzer Group Employee Giving Fund in 2005 as a way to increase giving to local nonprofits and to build a stronger philanthropic culture within his 30-year-old company.
It sounds simple: When people enjoy what they're doing, they tend to do it better.