In organizations around the world, leaders are facing a deluge of urgent issues: a crisis in employee engagement, the need to make workforces more diverse, and the challenge of making workplaces feel human in an era of increasing dependence on technology and remote communication. At the NeuroLeadership Institute, we believe brain science can help provide solutions.
To help employees learn new skills, IBM knows those people need to feel connected to their work. Which is why for the past few years, Deb Bubb, IBM’s Chief Leadership and Learning Officer, has sought to create more tight-knit communities within the company. That means more women. More people of color. And more cohesion overall. Listen in as Deb shares her progress and philosophies in adapting to this reskilling revolution.August 19th, 2019
For thousands of years, humans have used storytelling to share their truths and connect with others. And yet, as so many of today’s organizations continue to diversify, leaders still struggle to include a range of perspectives, even for critical decisions. Award-winning journalist Soledad O’Brien shares her thoughts on our collective need to get a bit more personal.August 5th, 2019
Patagonia, the clothing company beloved for its mountain-ready apparel, has a vision for changing not just everything about human resources, but about how we do business — and it might just save us all. Dean Carter, Patagonia’s CHRO, joins us to discuss the fascinating crossovers between agriculture and human-centered management.August 5th, 2019
FD Wilder, recently retired after 38 years as the Global Head of Innovation at P&G, believes the fastest learner prevails in the end. In this episode, FD shares the approach Procter & Gamble has taken in this new fight for consumer dollars to develop the products that millions of people use every day.August 5th, 2019