Why Mental Health is a Talent Management Priority
November 18 | Michel Syrett, Senior Human Capital Fellow, The Conference Board | Marion Devine, Senior Human Capital Researcher, Europe, The Conference Board | Comments (0)
The current reality is that many organisations have moved ahead with well-being programs but are much more hesitant about developing their response to serious mental health issues. Ignoring this issue is no longer a viable option in a world of talent shortages and will only result in a waste or dismissal of the valuable talent provided by potentially up to a third of possible candidates for promotion and professional development. By engaging with this issue and believing they can make a positive
Amy Jen Su on her new book, The Leader You Want To Be
November 18 | Off the Shelf Podcast | Comments (0)
Join Amy Jen Su as she discusses her new book which offers readers five essential principles for bringing out your best self every day. Learn how to tap into and expand your leadership capacity so that you can be your best, sustain yourself, and thrive as a leader.
The Critical Components of High-Quality Early Childhood Learning Experiences or Why High-Quality Early Childhood Learning Experiences Matter
November 15 | Sustaining Capitalism Podcast | Comments (0)
In this episode, Elanna Yalow, Chief Academic Officer of KinderCare Education, spoke with Bernard Bailey, CED President, about the critical components of high-quality early learning experiences and how parents can be confident that they are selecting the most appropriate setting for their child and family.
The 2019 List of the Biggest and Best Online Customer Communities
November 13 | Vanessa DiMauro, CEO, Leader Networks | Comments (0)
What are the hallmarks of leading online customer communities? Typically, it's a combination of ease of access, SEO prominence, purpose, and UX, style and technology. According to an analysis of these communities by Leader Networks, technology companies embrace them more than their peers, while the largest companies of the Fortune 500 were more likely to have active online communities. To make your online community more successful, activity and engagement are crucial.
Q&A with Elizabeth Roscoe: Opportunity Beyond Borders
November 13 | Alex Parkinson, Communications Institute Co-Leader, The Conference Board | Comments (0)
The Western Union Foundation has established a new goal to invest $15 million within three years, with a focus on empowering displaced and marginalized youth to succeed in today’s technology driven global economy. I recently spoke with Elizabeth Roscoe, Global Head, Corporate Brand and Purpose, and Executive Director, Western Union Foundation, about the investment. This is an excerpt of our conversation.
A conversation with... Anna Tavis
November 05 | Insights Podcast | Comments (0)
Join us for a lively conversation about performance management with Anna Tavis, PhD, Clinical Associate Professor of Human Capital Management at New York University. In this podcast, Anna tackles tough questions: Why is it so hard for companies to figure out performance management? Where should this transformation start? And what is the future of performance management?
Should Nonprofits Be Required To Publicly Disclose Their Donors?
November 04 | Timothy J. McClimon, President, American Express Foundation | Comments (0)
Would having nonprofits publicly disclose their donors help to maintain the integrity of the nonprofit community as it navigates recent scandals? With rare exceptions, nonprofit organizations are not required to disclose the names of their donors to the public. But these organizations are formed for the public benefit and are exempt from paying taxes on their income, so it might be time to expect increased transparency.
Why Business Acumen Matters to Internal Communications: From the C-Suite
October 29 | Lise Michaud, Founder, IC Kollectif | Comments (0)
It is no longer enough to be an expert in communications to succeed as a communications professional. A recent research brief titled The Case for Business Acumen published by IC Kollectif spotlights key findings from primary and secondary research on the importance of business acumen for internal and external communications professionals.
How Purpose Can Promote Job Satisfaction
October 29 | Alex Parkinson, Communications Institute Co-Leader, The Conference Board | Comments (0)
Can companies boost job satisfaction by better incorporating purpose into their strategies and processes? The Conference Board’s latest job satisfaction report found that 53.7 percent of workers are satisfied with their jobs, but by adding strategies grounded in purpose, some of the job components with which workers are least satisfied could be improved.