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Leo Flanagan on his book, 'Thriving in Thin Air'
July 23 | Off the Shelf Podcast | Comments (0)
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.
The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index® Improved further in June
July 09 | Indications Podcast | Comments (0)
Join and listen to this podcast as Lynn Franco, Senior Director of Economic Indicators and Chief Economist Dana Peterson discuss consumers’ new optimism for the short-term – and how that will impact the economy going forward.
The Shareholder vs Stakeholder Debate: What is the purpose of the corporation and the role of the CEO?
July 06 | Sustaining Capitalism Podcast | Comments (0)
In this podcast, CED President Lori Esposito Murray discusses these important issues with Jean-Claude Dubacher, a CED Trustee and the Chairman & CEO of B. Braun of America, Inc., a sixth-generation family-owned company that develops, distributes, and manufactures health care supplies.
Strong Job Gains in June, But Participation Still Disappoints
July 02 | Frank Steemers, Senior Economist, The Conference Board | Comments (0)
Commentary on June U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment Situation Report by Frank Steemers, Senior Economist, The Conference Board
Remote Work: How Can Business Leaders Create the Right Culture?
June 29 | C-Suite Perspectives Podcast | Comments (0)
How can leaders bring out the best in their teams and organizations as we move beyond the pandemic? Amy Lui Abel, PhD, Vice President of Human Capital at The Conference Board joins us on C-Suite Perspectives to answer this and more. In episode five, Amy sat down with The Conference Board President and CEO Steve Odland, to discuss remote work and successful leadership in a virtual world.
Kim Shepherd on her book, 'Remote Work'
June 22 | Off the Shelf Podcast | Comments (0)
Join us to hear Kim Shepherd discuss her new book, Remote Work: Redesign Processes, Practices And Strategies To Engage A Remote Workforce. If you plan to have remote employees, work with a mixed or hybrid system, or have teams spread across different locations, this book will be your guide for the new normal. In addition, Remote Work includes case studies on how other top organizations use remote work as part of their talent strategy.
John Hagel III on his new book 'The Journey Beyond Fear'
June 14 | Off the Shelf Podcast | Comments (0)
Join Rebecca Ray as she and business strategy expert John Hagel III break down his new book 'The Journey Beyond Fear'. In this conversation, John dives in on how to identify your fears, face your fears, move beyond your fears and how these lessons can apply to organizations and careers. The pair also touch on the importance of cultivating your personal passions and harnessing the potential of platforms.
The Reimagined Workplace a Year Later
June 10 | Insights Podcast | Comments (0)
In this podcast, 'The Reimagined Workplace a Year Later: Human Capital Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic in May 2021' co-authors Robin Erickson, PhD, and Frank Steemers share the survey results and explore trends in remote work, productivity, and well-being; recruiting and retention; and plans for returning to the workplace. They discuss historic labor shortages and suggest continuous listening as one solution for deteriorating employee well-being.
Alan Morales on the Need for Leaders to Have Empathy
June 09 | Insights Podcast | Comments (0)
This latest episode of DEI-Logue: Conversations on Diversity, Equity & Inclusion features Alan Morales, VP & Head of Transformative Change for The Future of Work at Prudential Financial.
Labor Shortages Are Becoming More Severe
June 08 | Gad Levanon, PhD, Vice President, Labor Markets, The Conference Board | Comments (0)
Three new reports suggest that labor shortages are becoming more extreme, having material implications for labor market recovery and short-term inflation prospects.