24 Insights from the 2019 Women’s Leadership Conference
June 2019 | Conference KeyNotes
To achieve gender equality, companies need to change some of their policies to better support women and families and women need to be willing to take more risks.
Human Capital in Review: Voice from Asia Vol. 3, No. 1, 2019
June 2019 | Human Capital in Review
This issue focuses on the latest human capital trends and current state of digital transformation among companies in Asia, as well as diversity and inclusion progress in this region.
Human Capital Center Newsletter (US) - June 2019
June 2019 | Newsletter
While progress on gender diversity of corporate directors is being reported, a staggering 20 percent of firms in the Russell 3000 index still have no female representatives on their board
Human Capital Center Newsletter (Europe) - May 2019
May 2019 | Newsletter
Some people say that diversity training doesn't work—this is because the training only starts the conversation but is never applied any further
Human Capital Center Newsletter (US) - May 2019
May 2019 | Newsletter
HR is not about what people know and do in human capital but about the value they create through their work. What's the most important thing that HR can offer its organization?
Human Capital Center Newsletter (US) - April 2019
April 2019 | Newsletter
Coaching leaders has become more urgent. Many organizations do not have the leadership capabilities that are needed for future success. Can AI help?
Human Capital Center Newsletter (US) - March 2019
March 2019 | Newsletter
Organizations should place greater emphasis on holding people accountable for team engagement
Human Capital Center Newsletter (US) - February 2019
February 2019 | Newsletter
HR needs new strategies to attract digital talent
Effective Leadership Development Strategies for Women Leaders at Pivotal Points: Chief Human Resources Officers and Senior HR Leaders Speak
February 2019 | Research Report
Gender parity among leadership at all levels, but particularly at the junction points of midlevel and senior levels, has stalled. Implementing effective programs and practices can reignite the change engine.
Defining and Measuring Inclusion
December 2018 | Research Report
To become inclusive, organizations, must first define it clearly, without giving in to superficiality and, second, measure inclusion and hold people accountable for making progress. New research by The Conference Board describes where companies are today in meeting these challenges and what they can do to define and measure inclusion more effectively.