From Facebook to the boardroom, both corporations and individuals are called on to be our “authentic” selves, but what does authenticity really mean and why is it so powerful?
A look at what it meant to be a leader in a year unlike any other.
Professors Glenn Hubbard, Ray Horton, and Tano Santos discuss the state of political economy at the end of the Trump presidency.
Professors Stephan Meier and Dan Wang explain how the pandemic and the demonstrations for racial justice are already influencing future business leaders.
Robert Reffkin ’03, founder and CEO of Compass, discusses with Professor Christopher Mayer his optimism about the present and future of the housing market and emphasizes the importance of building a company that focuses on inclusivity.
Sandra Matz and Daniel Ames share insights into why individuals experience the same pandemic in different ways.
Erika Irish Brown ’98, Chief Diversity Officer for Goldman Sachs, joins Vice Dean of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Gita Johar for a conversation on the role businesses can play in addressing racial and social justice.
Professor Rita McGrath discusses how to spot leading indicators in business during times of crisis.
Pauline Brown, a leading executive for global luxury firms, discusses how aesthetic intelligence is critical to business success with Professor Bernd Schmitt.
Beth Ford ’95, president and CEO of Land O’Lakes, joins Doug Baker, chairman and CEO of Ecolab, to discuss how their companies have adjusted to the new realities of business during the COVID-19 pandemic. Close-captioned.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world of business, while bringing historical inequities and injustice into sharp relief.
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