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Beverly Kaye on her book, Love 'Em or Lose 'Em: Getting Good People to Stay
April 14 | Off the Shelf Podcast | Comments (0)
No matter where they lead employees—in large or small organizations; in Darwin, Denver, Dublin, or Dubai—managers have the same goal of engaging and retaining their best talent, especially with the high cost of voluntary turnover and tight labor markets for many skills. Join internationally renowned Dr. Beverly Kaye as she shares many of practical engagement strategies from her Wall Street Journal best-selling book, Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em: Getting Good People to Stay, now in its sixth printing.
The Plastic Waste Challenge – BASF’s Business Response
April 14 | Let's Talk Sustainable Business Podcast | Comments (0)
In this episode Lars Kissau, SVP Global Strategic Business Development at BASF’s Petrochemical division explains the business thinking behind their commitment to scale up chemical recycling in a with the aim of becoming a significant source recycled virgin plastic production.
How Boards Can Get Human Capital Management Right in Five (Not So) Easy Steps
April 13 | Paul Washington, Executive Director, ESG Center, The Conference Board | Rebecca L. Ray, PhD, Executive Vice President, Human Capital, The Conference Board | Comments (0)
At the outset of the pandemic, employees were the top priority of boards, second only to continued liquidity. That focus intensified during the social unrest following the death of George Floyd. Now, the SEC’s new disclosure rules on human capital management (HCM) could further reinforce the focus on workers — at least temporarily.
US Labor Markets and Policy Implications: Focus on March 2021 Jobs Report
April 12 | Sustaining Capitalism Podcast | Comments (0)
In this episode, we discuss the start of a hiring boom and the evolution of job growth over the next few months and through the end of 2021. We also address the potential long-term job growth associated with the Biden Administration’s proposed infrastructure package.
Medtronic: Company’s Corporate Citizenship and the CEO Partnering for Social Change
April 12 | Jeff Hoffman, Institute Leader, Corporate Citizenship & Philanthropy, ESG Center, The Conference Board | Comments (0)
A fireside chat between Medtronic Chairman and CEO Geoff Martha and Medtronic Foundation President Paurvi Bhatt reveals Martha's insights for how corporate citizenship executives can more effectively work with their CEOs and members of the C-Suite.
US Labor Market Roundup: March 2021 Jobs Report
April 09 | Indications Podcast | Comments (0)
Join labor market experts from The Conference Board as they break down the monthly US Bureau of Labor Statistics jobs report. They provide insights on the monthly employment and unemployment numbers and identify key trends in the US job market that business leaders should know about.
Accelerating Value by Using Human Capital Analytics to Understand Workforce Experience
April 08 | Insights Podcast | Comments (0)
Organizations that address employee experience objectives with data analytics to fine-tune their human capital program design and execution could potentially deliver twice as much innovation, boost customer satisfaction ratings, grow the human capital return on investment (HCROI) by 270 percent, improve efficiency up to 15 percent, and increase profitability by 25 percent.
Bryan Lee of Salesforce on Anti-Asian Racism
April 07 | Insights Podcast | Comments (0)
In this episode of DEI-logue: Conversations on Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Bryan Lee of Salesforce reflects on this current moment and some instances he encountered racism. We discuss the specific forms Anti-Asian racism takes, particularly the myth of the model minority and the way in which the rich diversity of Asian cultures and nations becomes reduced to a single “other” identity.
CB Bhattacharya on his new book, ‘Small Actions, Big Difference: Leveraging Corporate Sustainability to Drive Business and Societal Value'
April 06 | Off the Shelf Podcast | Comments (0)
Craig Carroll, leader of The Conference Board's Communications Institute, sits down for an engaging talk with Professor CB Bhattacharya, H.J. Zoffer Chair in Sustainability and Ethics, about his new book, 'Small Actions Big Difference: Leveraging Corporate Sustainability to Drive Business and Societal Value'. Professor Bhattacharya outlines how employees can take charge, the pathway to sustainable ownership, lessons learned from the pandemic, and driving business value.