The workforce has seen a dramatic shift over the past decade with businesses facing the increasingly complex dynamics of managing a multigenerational organization. We’re currently seeing five generations of people combining and blending their unique perspectives and ideas to form a diverse landscape that is encouraging companies to embrace intergenerational learning. Whether it’s traditionalists born… Continue reading How The Workforce Landscape Is Changing With Multi Generational Leadership
In the workplace there is a unique relationship between mentors, sponsors, and their proteges. The parties in this relationship will find it mutually beneficial and each role is very distinct in its function and nature.
Follow along with Jesse Torres, as he lays out his 8 steps to help Entrepreneurs develop their advisory boards.
Executive coach and strategic advisor Amii Barnard-Bahn provides guidance on how executives can prepare for a board appointment
Honestly, I don’t understand why companies are challenged in identifying women for boards. I meet talented women all the time…Adding racial diversity initiatives in addition to gender diversity makes it even more difficult for them. Companies are going to have to address racial and gender diversity in their boardrooms and in their management ranks. Dear… Continue reading Talent is Everywhere
People need to appreciate how necessary soft skills are to succeed in board governance or in leadership roles. The better one understands human dynamics, the more one can recognize and predict what can go wrong. Dear Chairwomen of tomorrow, I started working as an engineer at a time when there were few women in that… Continue reading Superpowers, Vision, Authenticity
I’d recommend women be ambitious and relentless in reaching their goals. If you devote yourself to something passionately and persistently, you will achieve results. Dear Future Women Leaders of Tomorrow: I grew up in Japan, and my parents really encouraged independence. I sensed my mother, who didn’t have a job outside our home, regretted not… Continue reading Board Meetings Should be Structured According to Diversity and Gender
When women realize the power of their own voice, within a board setting or elsewhere, it allows for truly positive changes in our society. Dear Women Leaders of Tomorrow: First, a little background . . . My name is Claire Chino. I was born in the Netherlands, grew up in Japan, and later moved to… Continue reading Your Voice Matters
You reach a point where you can get too comfortable and it’s time for a change Dear Women Leaders of Tomorrow, As I reflect on my journey, I have achieved the distinction of having been appointed by four California governors—Gray Davis, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jerry Brown, and Gavin Newsom—to top-level state government board roles at the… Continue reading It Starts and Ends With Us
When we bring women in, it’s not just the right thing to do, it’s the smart thing to do. Dear Chairwoman: When I was a little girl, my daddy used to say: “no child ever becomes anything that he or she has never heard of.” I grew up in Mobile, Alabama, in a family of… Continue reading This is Our Moment, Our Day