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.
What Is Social Capital? As the world continues to champion diversity and inclusion within all industries, we’re seeing a resurgence of a popular term whose ideas go back more than a century: social capital. Social capital derives from a concept in social science that “involves the potential of individuals to secure benefits and invent solutions… Continue reading Social Capital and Impact on Executive Leadership
Having diverse leadership is imperative for the future of business. As businesses are reemerging into society we are seeing continued conversation around the racial/ethnic equity in the United States and how that is reflected in executive leadership. We are seeing a distinct shift in minority CEOs as prominent figureheads in major Fortune 500 companies and… Continue reading Top 7 CEOs of Color
Businesses can’t run effectively without the flexibility and leadership to place talented individuals into key positions as people transition in and out of the company. Before COVID-19 came in and changed life as we know it, HR experts had predicted we would see major C-suite transitions as part of 2020 trends. Having a succession plan… Continue reading Succession Planning For Diverse Companies
The German Marshall Fund of the United States’ alumnae hosted a summit on corporate board diversity in Dallas, April 23-25, 2019 and we were there! This GMF Women Corporate Board Summit introduced executive women to corporate board members, recruiters, and those developing tools and …
On Friday April 12 – Sunday April 14th, BoardSeatMeet participated in ATT’s annual Shape Hackathon with volunteers with coding, business, and design expertise. Out of 60+ teams, we placed in the top 10, with an app that we built called “BoardSeatMeet IRL” showcasing the future of ATT 5G and …
BoardSeatMeet had a booth and gave a pitch on stage at the Startup Grind 2020
Three years ago, Gentry launched their first-ever Women in Tech Conference highlighting dozens of powerful female founders, VCs, and C-Suite executives. The 300-person event was followed last July by another sold-out event. This year, they are bringing fascinating stories, including BoardSeatMeet CEO and founder, Rika Nakazawa, who will also be speaking at the Gentry Women… Continue reading Gentry Magazine Feature – Women Leaders in Tech
BoardSeatMeet had a booth and gave a pitch on stage at the Startup Grind 2020 held in February in Redwood City, CA.