Leaders can’t manage what they can’t measure. To embed compassion into the culture, they need to treat compassion like the core KPI it has become.
Fatigue from remote work and video conferencing is real. Here’s how the C-suite can help relieve it and give their organizations an edge in retaining talent.
It’s still very much an 'ongoing experiment,’ but companies aren’t waiting around to see what the workplace of tomorrow will look like, as these dozen examples illustrate. One thing that’s already clear, post-Covid: ‘Work is no longer a place you go, but something you do.’
All leaders say they want accountability, but actually getting it embedded in the culture isn't as easy as it looks.
The concept, coined by author Jim Collins in his bestselling classic Good to Great, is an essential tool for our current moment.
The more your people respect you as a person and believe you understand how they feel, the less likely they will be to leave—and the more they will put their hearts into working for the organization.
With diversity, equity, and inclusion fueling intense discussion and action in boardrooms and C-suites across multiple industries, we set out to take a closer look at how companies can kick-start their DEI journey--and then build momentum as well as sustain positive results.
Done right, impact networks can improve coordination across multiple stakeholder groups and provide organizations with a means to unlocking the creativity and engagement of their people.
If you think of culture as intangible or "squishy," you should probably think again. Institutionalizing culture is the only way to ensure everyone is rowing in the same direction.
Amid a time of unprecedented pressure and expectations for those running PE-backed companies, one of the most experienced business leaders we know shares what portco CEOs need to do to succeed. "Just be totally, brutally honest with yourself. Don't fool yourself about anything."