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Post date: June 9, 2020
In the summer of 2018, the Riot Games leadership team members experienced every modern CEO’s nightmare: they woke up to a breaking news story alleging that a broken, sexist culture had emerged on their watch. A few days later, the company issued a public apology and vowed to address the roots of...
Post date: May 9, 2019
As senior leaders in HR, you know how corporate-level strategy drives alignment and focus on the set of choices to be made to compete and win. You also know how crucial it is to have leaders who have the abilities and resolve to make the right strategic plays. A crucial accountability you have as...
Post date: August 13, 2020
America’s higher education institutions have a consistent response to addressing race scandals—they throw a diversity hire at the problem. In the face of mounting racial tension, or in the event of a discrimination reproach, college and university leaders look to carve out space at their leadership...
Post date: February 6, 2020
Job seekers at FedEx’s Panama division likely had an eye-opening experience when they showed up for interviews last year. As originally reported by The Guardian, the company was using a newfangled lie-detector, EyeDetect, which claims to be able to analyze eye movements and changes in pupil size to...
Post date: August 13, 2019
Diversity comes in different forms—at the visible level, it involves inclusivity of employees from varied demographic or socio-economic backgrounds within the organization; at a deeper level, it reflects presence of divergent perspectives and ideas in the workforce. Although discussions of...
Post date: December 7, 2016
The CEO of any organization carries a lot of weight on his or her shoulders. Not only is he or she responsible for the well-being of the company, but his or her success and failure has real-life impact on the livelihood of all employees, as well as their families. Thus, CEO’s view talent management...
Post date: October 17, 2019
Most multinational companies should have global employment policies that are lawful and reflect company culture—not a global handbook that dictates exactly what must be done under any circumstances. Employers often would prefer a uniform approach, but uniformity has proven problematic when it comes...
Post date: November 13, 2018
This is Part 1 of a two-part blog series on ageism. Read Part 2 on ways to eliminate ageism and be a more inclusive workplace.  Ageism in the workplace, otherwise known as age bias or age discrimination, is becoming increasingly more prevalent in today’s business world. While many employers would...
Post date: September 1, 2020
The basis of leadership can be charted in a model that illustrates the two competing sides. On one side is leadership that creates change by being process-oriented and the other side is a relationship-oriented approach. While transactional leadership involves determining the tasks, rewarding goal...
Post date: June 28, 2016
Recently I’ve been in the path of a lot of changes. Since change doesn’t happen in a vacuum, there’s been this domino effect where one change that I didn’t spearhead inadvertently triggers the need for a second change that I do need to spearhead, and so on and so forth.  Fortunately, my immediate...