How can we reclaim our humanity to display our most virtuous side and avoid being dehumanised by technology? Columbia University Professor Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic explores this critical question in I, Human, his new book
The author of Digital Body Language: How to Build Trust and Connection, No Matter the Distance, who is also the founder and CEO of global consulting firm Cotential, on how to become better communicators and build stronger relationships in an increasingly digital work environment
The executive vice president and chief corporate affairs officer on building confidence by being transparent, the need to be humane and authentic in communication, and why it's critical to separate disinformation from misinformation
Thomas Frey tells us how AI and humans can coexist and complement each other and how a vision of the future can shape the present
A major demographic shift is under way the world over—more and more people are living longer lives and have a better health span too. Golden, an expert on the subject and a teacher at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, talks about the expansive scope of the longevity market and why businesses should market to 'stage' instead of age, an argument she explores in her book Stage (Not Age): How to Understand and Serve People Over 60—the Fastest Growing, Most Dynamic Market in the World
'Power' can be good when wielded with respect and when it's inclusive, shared, and distributed, says Rometty the former chairman and CEO of IBM, the co-chair of OneTen and author of Good Power: Leading Positive Change in Our Lives, Work, and World
Why turn shoulds into coulds, when 'don't' is better than 'can't', the power of 'because', the right way to say 'no'...
For women to wear as much pink as they want, be their authentic selves, and bring their best versions to work, there has to be a fundamental shift in mindset and practices in the world around them, argues Fisher, a leadership expert at Russell Reynolds Associates, in her book 'To The Top: How Women in Corporate Leadership Are Rewriting the Rules for Success'
Amy C Edmondson, who is the Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at Harvard Business School and also the author of 'The Fearless Organization: Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace for Learning, Innovation, and Growth,' tells us why a culture of candour is imperative to unleash talent and create value, particularly in the 21st-century context
Individual charisma, authority, and external validation are passé. Leadership 2.0 is all about authenticity, intrinsic contribution, and being purpose-driven, says Bill George, an executive fellow at Harvard Business School, the former chairman and CEO of Medtronic, and the author of 'True North: Emerging Leader Edition', 'Discover Your True North', 'True North', and '7 Lessons for Leading in Crisis'
It doesn't often figure in inclusion narratives, but belonging is the first step to true diversity and equity. Dr Susie Wise, founder and former director of the K12 Lab at Stanford d. school, talks about the intersection of belonging and design, and how they can shape new ways of bringing people together or even new ways of being people together