Category: Leadership

For the recruiting executive.

sexual harassment

Taking Steps to Prevent Sexual Harassment Is Good for Employer Brand

The spotlight on workplace sexual harassment since fall 2017 has led to high-profile resignations, terminations, and lawsuits. And while the revelations and consequences have prompted ongoing, national conversations about appropriate behavior, only 32% of working Americans said that their employer has taken new steps to prevent and address sexual harassment in the workplace, according to […]

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Culture

Who Is Responsible for Company Culture?

Nike has been in the news lately, for issues related to corporate culture—and the news has not been positive. Allegations of rampant sexism suggest a culture in need of repair and a brand that requires damage control.

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passion

A Beginner’s Guide to Finding Your Work Passion

I’ve recently started reading Reddit semiregularly, and one of my most-visited subreddits is /r/careerguidance. While the questions submitted range from the very specific (“I’m a history major with two years of work experience at a museum. What other careers might be good for me?”) to the general (“How can I make more money?”), a common […]

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Meeting Today’s Human Capital Challenges

Automation, the need for new skills, an aging workforce, and tightening labor markets are only a few of the human capital challenges organizations face. Add to these a more vocal and empowered workforce, along with a societal call to action, and it becomes apparent there is a need for increased leadership collaboration.

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Helping to Grow a Workforce

Companies often offer education and training, to further the skills of their employees and attract job candidates. A new initiative by home improvement retailer Lowe’s aims to do this, and more.

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The Search for Leaders Might Be Too Narrow

Yesterday we began an interview with Adam Canwell, the Global Leader for EY’s leadership offering in Melbourne, Australia to discuss their recent Global Leadership Forecast survey. Today we’ll look at the rest of that interview.

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