Wade Foster, CEO of workflow automation app developer Zapier, has taken an unconventional approach toward growing his organization.
The board chair and the CEO are critical to the success of D&I strategy, both in their individual roles and in their joint work. Here are five things to do when embarking on the D&I journey
Guibert Englebienne, cofounder and chief technology officer of IT and software development company Globant, is a big believer in the benefits of employee empowerment.
Most of the time, a CEO's lack of success will come down to the wrong people, not the wrong business plan.
To attain real business value, it is imperative that we do not overlook Gen Xers, but recognize their strengths and empower them to succeed within today’s diverse, multi-generational workforce.
As members of Generation Z enter the workforce, there is likely to be a culture clash with older coworkers over disagreements in politics and hypersensitivity. Jeff Cunningham spoke with leading moral psychologist, Professor Jonathan Haidt, about this potentially troubling phenomenon and how CEOs can handle these issues at their company.
When it comes to talent, where do CEOs stand? We asked CEOs attending the annual CEO Talent Summit, held this year at West Point, New York. Here's what they had to say.
Every CEO knows that being replaced is a potential fate, and the idea that they are more worried about someone on the board than the hundreds of candidates inside and out is ridiculous.
Social media is not a threat to your company—when properly handled, it can actually generate a great deal of value for your company and employees.
While overt harassment of women in the workplace may have declined, too many work environments remain rife with what are commonly called “microaggressions.”