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Human Capital Videos On Demand

Hot Off The Press: Bring Your Brain to Work

17 January 2020

Professor, author, and popular radio host Art Markman focuses on three essential elements of a successful career – getting a job, excelling at work, and finding your next position – and expertly illustrates how cognitive science, especially psychology, sheds fascinating and useful light on each of these elements.

Hot Off The Press: Fit to Compete

19 December 2019

Join Michael Beer as he discusses his latest book which presents an antidote to silence – a time-tested innovative process used by hundreds of organizations for holding critical and honest conversations with everyone in your organization.

Hot Off The Press: Reinventing the Organization

04 December 2019

Join co-author, Arthur Yeung, as he describes a much-needed blueprint for reinventing your organization. Learn how business leaders can build a new type of corporate structure that is much more responsive to fast-changing markets – and how they should lead it.

Hot Off The Press: Race, Work and Leadership

31 October 2019

Race, Work, and Leadership is a rare compilation of essays that examines how race matters in people's experience of work and leadership. Join the book's coeditors as they discuss this important new resource for anyone wanting to build a more inclusive organization.

Continuing Tech Revolutions: The Business Models They Create, the Innovation Cultures They Will Need

31 October 2019

More than half of CEOs surveyed in C-Suite Challenge™ 2019 cited the need to create new business models to compete. But disruption looms. Are companies ready for the creative destruction necessary to transform digitally? The panel looks at the complexities of transformation and the expectations—realistic or not—of leaders toward their own readiness to innovate.

Digital Ethics: Transparency, Privacy, Security, and AI Decision-Making

31 October 2019

Digital ethics is a potential competitive advantage, according to 63 percent of those surveyed in C-Suite Challenge™ 2019. Even more respondents expect data privacy regulation to increase before 2025. And US CEOs rank cybersecurity as their top external hot-button issue. How must structure and governance evolve to address increasing needs for algorithmic transparency, privacy, cybersecurity, and ethics? The panel shares insights. 

Blending Humanity and the Digital Revolution

31 October 2019

Risk aversion, resistance to change, and fear remain prevalent cultural and leadership barriers to a Future-Ready Organization. Emphasis has been placed on technology, yet attention to culture, communication, vision, and capability are less intentional. The people skills required to advance digital fluency and leadership are paramount for the speed and quick wins necessary in the marketplace. The panel grapples with these challenges in the future of leadership development.

Blind Spots: Inclusion and Pay Gaps

31 October 2019

In C-Suite Challenge™ 2019, the gender pay gap and diversity and inclusion were two areas on which CEOs placed little emphasis as elements important to an engaging culture. Are these responses signs of significant blind spots that will hinder innovation? Leaders who see these issues as top priorities discuss how they are committing to long-term change.

The Future of Work and the Battle for Talent

29 October 2019

Attracting and retaining top talent was identified as the #1 internal challenge in C-Suite Challenge™ 2019, shortage of talent and skills the top obstacle to being competitive in 2025. How will the nature of work change in the next decade? What skills will be needed? How does work-life balance fit in? And how will the HR role shift in response to changing needs? The panel discusses these questions and more.

Trends and Latest Shocks: What Will Matter Next Year? What Will Matter in 2025?

29 October 2019

Human history has left us with one enduringly accurate prediction: the future will always surprise us. The best-prepared organizations understand the nature of these surprises and have a range of scenarios for dealing with them. Our panel of economists, researchers, and business leaders think through and debate which current trends and immediate shocks will continue to have an impact in the mid and long term.

 

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