Although LGBTQI+ people certainly enjoy greater career opportunities than their peers a few decades ago, it is exceedingly rare to see them on corporate boards.
The impact of divorce on job performance can be profound, affecting individuals on both personal and professional levels.
A new study found that a CEO’s political ideology was correlated with the decision of whether to leave or suspend operations in Russia following the 2022 invasion.
When CEOs and workplace leaders communicate their personal values and ethics clearly, they inspire individuals to want to work for their organizations.
Why companies should be worried about diversity in ‘top jobs’ and what they can do to make this happen.
Strong values and principles are key traits in effective business leaders – but they can come with tendencies to take fewer risks and be less proactive or innovative.
Nearly 60% of Twitter users want him gone as CEO, but who should take over?
New research suggests being married influences a CEO’s appetite for opportunistic insider trading and the subsequent risk of prosecution.
Corporations have the responsibility to make workplaces more inclusive and welcoming for LGBTQ+ employees.
What CEOs say and how they say it are essential. Their words can set the tone at the top of the firm and have far-reaching repercussions.
How human resources managers assess their CEO’s true intentions on diversity are crucial to understanding whether an organization’s diversity agenda will be followed.
Research suggests that corporate leaders can be encouraged to lobby for climate action by personally experiencing the effects of climate change.
When directors are hand-picked by CEOs, it’s a recipe for disaster.
Director remuneration practices and policies are coming in for much greater scrutiny.
CEOs in private industry who have been accused of sexual harassment can cost their companies if they do as New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo did and fight the charges.
A new study involving extensive interviews with dozens of directors shows that they see their roles as more about supporting executives, not challenging them.
When the directors of a company are graduates of the same school as the executive, their ability to hold the executive accountable for his or her decisions becomes compromised.
While toxic CEOs may leave organizations, their style of leadership and the damage they leave behind have a long shelf life.
Research and surveys show that many Canadian employees want to continue to work from home, at least sometimes, following the pandemic. But what do CEOs think?
Bad behaviour and toxic culture at a company can be corrected if the organization’s board of directors states clearly the values they are looking for in a CEO.