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2021

  • Reshaping Employee Experience and Organizational Culture

    In this podcast, co-authors Robin Erickson, PhD and Barbara Lombardo, PhD, explore how organizations can respond to the tumultuous events of 2020-21 and recreate work in ways that maintain productivity while enhancing their employees' experience and contributing to a healthy organizational culture.

  • Corning’s Approach to Social Issues: A Story of Innovation and Passion

    In this podcast, Paul Washington, Executive Director of the ESG Center, speaks with Dr. Millicent Ruffin, Director of Community Affairs for the Office of Racial Equality and Social Unity, who leads the development and execution of programs that address the racial inequality and socioeconomic disparities in the communities around the world where Corning operates.

  • America's Infrastructure: What's the Road Ahead?

    What is the state of America’s infrastructure? What’s the road ahead? And would comprehensive reform really deliver a major economic punch? Lori Esposito Murray, President of the Committee for Economic Development at The Conference Board, joins us on C-Suite Perspectives to answer this and more. In episode seven, Dr. Murray sat down with President and CEO Steve Odland, to discuss infrastructure reform.

  • Leadership in Challenging Times with Noubar Afeyan

    In this interview with Lori Esposito Murray, President of the Committee of Economic Development of The Conference Board, Noubar Afeyan, Founder & CEO of Flagship Pioneering and Co-Founder & Chairman of Moderna, talks about the development of the COVID-19 vaccine, the rapid acceleration of biotechnology, and how public/private partnerships can breed collaboration and innovation.

  • Leo Flanagan on his book, 'Thriving in Thin Air'

    Feeling anxious or stressed out? You’re not alone as over 40% of the US population has been officially diagnosed with anxiety or depression disorders. To find out how to thrive amidst adversity, join Dr. Leo Flanagan as he discusses his new book: Thriving in Thin Air: Developing Resilience in Challenging Times. Based on neuroscience, Dr. Flanagan shares tangible suggestions for how we can rewire our brains to reduce anxiety and improve our emotional health.

  • What is the Future of Remote Learning?

    In this episode, Dr. Mark Milliron, Senior Vice President & Executive Dean of the Teachers College at Western Governors University, joins Elizabeth Crofoot, Senior Economist at the Committee for Economic Development of The Conference Board (CED), to discuss the role that remote learning can play in reimagining a more equitable and resilient education system.

  • Leadership in Challenging Times with Margaret Keane

    In this interview with Lori Esposito Murray, President of the Committee of Economic Development of The Conference Board, Margaret Keane shares her thoughts on corporate diversity and inclusion efforts, the role of the CEO, how to foster innovation in any environment, and the importance of company values.

  • US Labor Markets and Policy Implications: Focus on June 2021 Jobs Report

    Economists from the Committee for Economic Development (CED) and The Conference Board Labor Markets Institute join forces to break down the monthly US Bureau of Labor Statistics jobs report and reveal the relevant policy implications for the future workforce. In this episode, we discuss the June Jobs Report, as well as the factors that will make it difficult to interpret the impact of some states prematurely ending unemployment insurance benefit programs on their labor supply.

  • US Labor Market Roundup: June 2021 Jobs Report

    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.

  • Why does it make Business Sense to drive Social Innovation?

    Following on from her previous conversation with Uwe Schulte, Kim Dabbs, Global Director Social Innovation at Steelcase explores how the company is profiting from the multitude of social innovation projects they are currently running both in the mid and longer term.

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