• 3 Tips to Help Cope during COVID-19 and Racism in...
    By: Jimmy Davis

    As we deal with the issues of systemic racism and unjust deaths by police officers during a pandemic (as if COVID-19 all of sudden took a break), there are some things to be mindful of to help cope during these times. Acknowledge Its Existence

  • Leveraging Culture and Leadership to Successfully...
    By: Lawrence James, Jr.

    Two key factors are greatly influencing pandemic responses and outcomes across the globe: culture and leadership style. As businesses begin to reopen and return to “normal” operations, it’s vital they understand the roles that culture and leadership play in doing so seamlessly and effectively.

  • Diversity, Belonging, and Inclusion at RHR: Our...
    By: Dante Capitano, By: Lawrence James, Jr., By: Cristina Jimenez

    First of a two-part series. At RHR, we believe in the power of authenticity. We believe that respecting and engaging with one another’s authentic and diverse selves enables both our colleagues and clients to leverage their strengths and achieve their full potential.

  • What Can I Do? Some Answers to Our White Allies in...
    By: Jimmy Davis

    Over the past week or so, I have received numerous texts from my white coworkers, friends, and mentors with the same sentiment: what can I do to help?

  • Planning and Executing This Year's Board...
    By: Paul C. Winum

    The current COVID-19 pandemic has presented unprecedented challenges for boards and management teams. Every organization has been wrestling with how the health and economic crisis have impacted their company, including the way the board and management team have navigated the threats and opportunities.

  • Is now the time for a new story?
    By: Simon Callow

    Some years ago, when virtual teaming was a fad rather than a necessity, I happened to come across a doctoral thesis on virtual teams. After three years of sweat and toil, the erstwhile student had summed up their work with the phrase “distance amplifies dysfunction”.

  • The New Normal In Governance: A Paradigm Shift?
    By: Jeff Kirschner, By: Deborah P. Rubin, By: Paul C. Winum

    As the coronavirus has made its way across the globe, nearly every person and every business on the planet has been impacted.

  • Dismantle Racism
    By: Dante Capitano

    With the disturbing events of the past week in the U.S., I write with a heavy heart and lots of anger and frustration. Across the country, people are horrified by the recent killings of three African Americans: Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and George Floyd.

  • Do You Have the Right People in Your Foxhole?...
    By: Eden Abrahams

    Being a leader is a lonely job under the best of circumstances. Forging close friendships with work colleagues isn’t part of a CEO’s remit, nor should it be. Even executives who are committed to inclusive and transparent leadership understand that the unique demands of running an organization require a certain degree of circumspection.

  • What CEOs Are Talking About Right Now
    By: Joanna E. Starek

    If you wonder what chief executive officers are thinking right now, here is a small window into those conversations. Recently, RHR International facilitated conversations with groups of CEOs from different industries. The purpose was to allow CEOs to share ideas and to calibrate their thoughts about reopening after the COVID-19 shutdown.

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