Summary of CLC Conference Calls, Web-Conferences and Briefings Made Available to Corporate Leadership Circle Sponsors (since 2000)
If you are interested in participating in the CLC Calls and Briefings, please contact Carol Bryce-Buchanan at 212.465.2044 ext.209 or email@example.com for more information on becoming a Corporate Leadership Circle (CLC) member company: http://familiesandwork.org/site/support/clc.html.
Our special thanks to Verizon Communications for generously hosting Families and Work Institute's
Corporate Leadership Circle (CLC) conference calls.
Upcoming Events and Conference Calls for 2013
Other Plans for the CLC for 2013 Include Conference Calls and Briefings on:
- The Still-in-Place Roadblocks to Women’s Advancement and What to Do About Them
- New Trends in Wellness and Implications for Work Life, Diversity and Talent Management
- Policies and Best Practices in Rolling Work Life and Diversity Out Globally
The Secrets of Happy Families: Improve Your Mornings, Rethink Family Dinner,
Fight Smarter, Go Out and Play, and Much More
A Conference Call with best-selling author and New York Times family columnist Bruce Feiler about his just released book The Secrets of Happy Families. Bruce Feiler found himself squeezed between aging parents and rising children and set out on a three-year journey to find the smartest ideas, cutting-edge research, and novel solutions to make his family happier. Instead of the usual psychologists and family “experts,” Bruce sought out the most creative minds from Silicon Valley to the country’s top negotiators, from the set of Modern Family to the Green Berets and asked what team-building exercises and problem-solving techniques they use with their families. He then tested these ideas with his own wife and children. The result is a completely original look at how families can draw closer together, complete with 200 never-before-seen best practices, some of which Bruce shared with our Corporate Leadership Circle members. Read the Saturday Essay (02/10/13) based on the book featured on the cover of the WSJ Weekend Review. To order the book, visit: http://www.amazon.com or http://www.barnesandnoble.com.
March 14th Audio Replay / Flyer
Bruce Feiler’s TED Talk
Parade Cover Story on The Secrets of Happy Families
TIME Magazine article on The Secrets of Happy Families
The 2013 Work Life Legacy Military Award and Best Practices in Hiring,
Advancing and Retaining Transitioning Military and Members of Their Families
Conference Calls with FWI President Ellen Galinsky and Senior Director of Employment Research and Practice Dr. Kenneth Matos on the application for FWI’s 2013 Work Life Legacy Military Award and on best practices in hiring, developing and retaining military talent with Ellen Galinsky moderating with members of Families and Work Institute’s Board of Directors: Admiral Mike Mullen, former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; Deborah Mullen, military family advocate; and Ken Barrett, Captain, U.S. Navy (ret.) and GM’s Chief Diversity Officer. Also joining as speakers were representatives from the four 2012 Work Life Legacy Military Award Winning Companies: for Bon Secours Virginia Health System, Jim Godwin, Vice President, Human Resources; for Citi, Jeff Holbrook, Director, Recruiting Manager, Institutional Clients Group and Global Functions; for JPMorgan Chase & Co., Brian Williams, Vice President, Program Manager/Training, Military Veterans Initiative; and for USAA, John DiPiero, Military Staffing Program Manager, People Services.
(January 24th and January 11th)
January 11 Audio Replay (Best Practices in Hiring Transitioning Military)
January 24 Audio Replay (2013 Work Life Legacy Military Award Application Q&A)
Resources for Transitioning Military and Businesses Hoping to Hire Them
Work Life Legacy Military Awards and Work Life Legacy Awards
FWI’s Employer Support for the Military Community
2012 Immersion Learning Experience (ILE) A conversation with Admiral Michael Mullen and Deborah Mullen on the talents and challenges of transitioning military and the military community.
Resources: Employer Support after Hurricane Sandy and the Subsequent Nor’easter
Families and Work Institute asked Corporate Leadership Circle companies to share information about what they had done and were doing for employees and others impacted by Sandy. We posted our compilation of their answers, stories and resources to aid and inspire other companies and organizations and it can be found here: http://familiesandwork.org/site/events/hurricanesandy.html (Fall 2012)
Families and Work Institute’s Work Life Legacy Award
Immersion learning Experience: Hot Issues in Work Life
This compelling series of presentations featured:
- Anne-Marie Slaughter, JD, D.Phil, Princeton University Professor and 2012 Work Life Legacy Award Honoree who spoke about her 2012 article in The Atlantic, Why Women Still Can't Have it All, which was the most widely read piece ever published in the magazine;
- Leslie Perlow, PhD, Harvard Business School Professor who discussed the lessons from her research-based book Sleeping with Your Smart Phone: How to Break the 24/7 Habit and Change the Way You Work; and
- Admiral Michael Mullen, USN (Ret.) and former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Deborah Mullen, Military Family Advocate, who are both member of Families and Work Institute’s Board of Directors, discussed what organizations can do to hire, support and advance former military transitioning to the civilian workforce and members of their families .
Recordings of these illuminating presentations and accompanying Q & A sessions can be seen on our YouTube Channel at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=iETXe-X5KSw
(September 19, 2012 at JPMorgan Chase & Co. Headquarters, New York)
Corporate Leadership Circle Briefing Hosted by Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP and Avon Products, Inc.
A Strange Stirring: The Feminine Mystique and American Women at the Dawn of the 1960s
In 1963, Betty Friedan unleashed a storm of controversy with her best-selling book, The Feminine Mystique. In A Strange Stirring, acclaimed historian Stephanie Coontz takes us back to the early 1960s—when women who wanted more out of life than housekeeping were labeled deviant, and economic discrimination was rampant. In her presentation Ms. Coontz examined the history of women, work and family life in the U.S. and globally since the 60’s. Corporate Leadership Circle members then discussed how workplaces can address the changes among women and men, across the generations.
Stephanie Coontz 02/12/12 New York Times Op-Ed
Flyer / To view the recording of Stephanie Coontz’ remarks and the panel discussion, please click here.
To purchase “A Strange Stirring:” http://www.amazon.com/ or http://www.barnesandnoble.com/
(May 22, 2012 at Weil, Gotshal & Manges, New York)
Corporate Leadership Circle Conference Call
Highlights from FWI’s 2012 National Study of Employers (NSE)
Families and Work Institute (FWI) released the findings from our 2012 National Study of Employers (NSE) on April 30th at the SHRM Talent Management Conference in Washington, DC. We gave our Corporate Leadership Circle companies the opportunity to explore the findings in depth with FWI President Ellen Galinsky and researcher Kenneth Matos while the report was “hot off the press.” The presentation was followed by a Q&A and a Member Company Update. This allowed Circle companies to track the trends and benchmark themselves against nationally representative data!
(May 3, 2012) Flyer / Replay / PowerPoint
Hiring and Supporting Our Veterans
Released for Veteran’s Day, Families and Work Institute’s report Employer Support for the Military Community examines what companies are doing to support our Military Veterans, National Guard and Reserve members and their families. Co-authors FWI President Ellen Galinsky and Senior Research Associate Kenneth Matos discussed the report’s findings on recruitment and retention programs for the military. Model corporate programs instituted by our Alfred P. Sloan Award applicant companies were showcased as were programs designed by the Navy to support “separating” members. Corporate Leadership Circle company representatives from Verizon, Deutsche Bank, Deloitte and Prudential spoke about transitioning from the military and supportive work cultures. (December 7, 2011)
Flyer / PowerPoint / Replay Part 1 and Part 2
Future Work Networking Breakfast, Corporate Discussion and Book Signing with author Alison Maitland on the publication of her groundbreaking new book co-authored with Peter Thomson. Moderated by FWI President Ellen Galinsky with Ernst & Young’s Flexibility Strategy Leader Maryella Gockel and E&Y’s flexibility champion and Assurance Partner Joy Fernandez as respondents. Future Work: How Businesses Can Adapt and Thrive in the New World of Work (Palgrave Macmillan) sets out the compelling business case for a change in organizational cultures and working practices, with dozens of examples of companies making the transition, including Gap, Vodafone and Unilever. Learn how organizations that measure and reward people by results, rather than hours, benefit from higher productivity, more motivated workers, better customer service and lower costs. To learn more, visit http://www.futureworkbook.com/ or www.alisonmaitland.com/author.asp.
(November 3, 2011 Breakfast at Families and Work Institute)
Being the Boss: The 3 Imperatives for Becoming a Great Leader
Authors Linda A. Hill and Kent Lineback discussed their new book with Families and Work Institute’s President Ellen Galinsky. Harvard Business School’s Linda Hill and manager and executive Kent Lineback combine six decades of research, teaching, practice, and observation. Becoming a great boss is a journey of years, not weeks or months. The authors’ discussion of Being the Boss is helpful no matter where you are on your journey. They explain the importance of the three imperatives—managing yourself, managing your network, and managing your team; give valuable pointers on how to assess and measure yourself in order to keep moving forward; discuss how best to take responsibility for the two-way relationship with your boss—or bosses; evaluate the limitations of formal authority; and review how to build trust virtually and manage remotely. (September 21, 2011)
Flyer / Replay
Part 1 and Part 2 / PowerPoint
To purchase “Being the Boss:” http://www.amazon.com or http://www.barnesandnoble.com
“The New Male Mystique”
The surprising and actionable findings from FWI’s latest study, The New Male Mystique, received widespread media coverage upon its release, including Time magazine’s cover story, Chore Wars. The FWI authors of the report—Ellen Galinsky, Kerstin Aumann and Ken Matos—were joined by Dan Mulhern, Distinguished Practitioner of Business and Law at the University of California, Berkley, and President of Granholm Mulhern Associates. This call is of special interest to all those who want to understand how men are responding to the changes at work and at home and what companies can do in response. On the call, we also had representatives from Merck and Citi—including members of Merck’s Global Male Constituency Group. Share this replay with men’s, parenting, veterans’ and employee fathers’ networks. Learn more about men’s rising work family conflict and how access to specific types of flexibility can help reduce these levels. (September 8, 2011)
Flyer / Press Release / Replay Part 1 and Part 2 / PowerPoint
“The Female Leadership Paradox”
Author Mirella Visser, Managing Director of the Centre for Inclusive Leadership in The Netherlands, discussed her just-published book The Female Leadership Paradox: Power, Performance and Promotion with Ellen Galinsky, Families and Work Institute President. Despite massive attention to the issue, the number of women in top corporate, political and organizational positions remains alarmingly low. And many of us, male or female, personally feel that we might not be making the career headway we would like to. What can we do to optimize our own careers? And if we are in the “people professions,” what can we do to advance employees in today’s workplace? Mirella took a global perspective in addressing questions about personal leadership development at the company and societal level. She also discussed the benefits and risks associated with mentoring programs for women and the role of women’s networks in companies: from safe havens to strategic tools. (June 3, 2011)
Flyer / PowerPoint / Replay
Order the book at Amazon or Barnes & Noble.
Click here for a summary write-up of the call by Families and Work Institute Intern Maple Topol Kirby.
A Woman's Nation Takes on Alzheimer's and The Elder Care Study: Everyday Realities and Wishes for Change
Olivia Morgan, Senior Advisor to Maria Shriver’s A Woman’s Nation and Managing Editor of the Shriver Report; Ann O’Leary, Executive Director of the Berkeley Center on Health, Economic & Family Security at the School of Law, UC Berkley and Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress and Ellen Galinsky, FWI’s President, discussed the findings from these two new reports that are serving as a call to action. The focus of the call was on elder care and the support programs and policies needed in response to the profound cultural and economic shifts that are affecting our work and family lives as America ages. Ron Glover, Vice President, Diversity & Workforce Program, HR at IBM Corporation framed the issues and discussed IBM’s long-standing recognition of the impact of a multigenerational workforce and his associate, Patricia Lewis, Vice President, Diversity and Employee Experience, HR reviewed IBM’s programs and what companies must do to address the aging workforce and elder care. Families and Work Institute is most grateful to IBM Corporation for raising the visibility of these issues and supporting The Elder Care Study. (December 7, 2010)
The Elder Care Study: Everyday Realities and Wishes for Change / Flyer / Replay
For resources from the Alzheimer’s Association, MetLife and AARP, please click here.
Working in Retirement: A 21st Century Phenomenon
Featured the release of the new “Working in Retirement” report by Families and Work Institute and The Sloan Center on Aging & Work at Boston College. Presenters included Ellen Galinsky, FWI’s President, and The Sloan Center on Aging & Work at Boston College’s Melissa Brown, Research Assistant, and Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes, Director. Respondents included: Charlotte Lazar-Morrison, HR General Manager, The Aerospace Corporation – Retiree Casual Program and Vicki Dye, Culture and Work Life Manager, Corporate Communications, First Horizon National Corporation – Prime-Time. (November 2, 2010)
Working in Retirement: A 21st Century Phenomenon / Flyer / PowerPoint / Replay
Improving Your Bottom Line While You Improve Pay, Benefits and Access To Flexibility for All
With Jody Heymann of McGill and Harvard University and Ellen Galinsky and Kerstin Aumann of Families and Work Institute. Dr. Heymann featured her just-released Harvard Business Press book—Profit at the Bottom of the Ladder—which describes the findings from her six-year international study. The research shows that companies can boost their bottom line because they decide to improve pay, benefit packages and other offerings and working conditions for ALL employees—including low-wage and entry level workers. Dr. Heymann discussed case studies and particular approaches that have the greatest impact. Ellen Galinsky and Kerstin Aumann previewed their soon-to-be-released report that reveals how access to flexibility affects all employees’ engagement, job satisfaction and retention, and how it has a greater effect on low-income employees’ health and well being than it does on that of middle and higher income employees. This report will be released this summer at a high profile event. (June 23, 2010)
Flyer / Replay / PowerPoint
Talent Management: Why Value-Based Employees Make Great Employees & “The Talent Wheel”
Tim Sanders, author of "Saving the World at Work," and the blog "Sanders Says" discussed recruiting and developing “value-based talent” in 2010 and Cindy Martinangelo, Director, Global Work Environment, Merck & Co., Inc.; Pamela Shaw, Work/Life Leader, Eileen Fisher and Shari Aaron, Co-Author and Co-Founder, Climb the Green Ladder, Director, New York Women Social Entrepreneurs and the Emerging Sustainability Leaders Program, responded to Tim’s remarks from a corporate perspective. Families and Work Institute President Ellen Galinsky reported on the components of and impact of effective workplaces on employee outcomes from the Institute’s recent report on the health of the American workforce: The State of Health in the American Workforce: Does Having an Effective Workplace Matter? (February 9, 2010)
Replay / PowerPoint / Flyer
“ Second Act” of 2009 Working Mother WorkLife Congress Research Panel and Q&A
Companies foster and rely on cutting-edge research to give them information, insight and direction. In response to the enthusiastic reception given to the Research Panel and Q & A “ New Results/Next Steps” at the 2009 Working Mother WorkLife Congress and the many requests for continued dialogue, we reviewed the most salient findings presented at the October 29th session. We also learned about their impact on company decision-making directly from the top researchers involved. The Panel included Sandy Burud, Chief Strategy Officer, FlexPaths LLC; Brad Harrington, Executive Director and Professor, Boston College Center for Work & Family; and Ellen Galinsky, President, Families and Work Institute. The call was moderated by Carol Evans, President, Working Mother Media; and facilitated by Carol Bryce-Buchanan, Director of Development, Families and Work Institute. (December 15, 2009)
Part 1 and Part 2 / PowerPoint
Additional links of interest:
From Brad Harrington: The Shriver Report: A Woman’s Nation Changes Everything
From Carol Evans: the Working Mother Web site
From Ellen Galinsky and Families and Work Institute, two reports which were discussed:
The State of Health in the American Workforce: Does Having an Effective Workplace Matter?
Times Are Changing: Gender and Generation at Work and at Home
Women Lead the Way: Your Guide to Stepping Up to Leadership and Changing the World
Members of Families and Work Institute's Corporate Leadership Circle were fortunate to hear author Linda Tarr-Whelan speak about her just-published book Women Lead the Way. The book focuses on the need for the U.S. to step up its efforts regarding women's leadership in government, on corporate boards and in middle and upper management in order to stay competitive globally. Maria Ferris (IBM’s Director of Diversity, Compliance and Employee Experience), Nancy Brown (President of WAVE, Women’s Association of Verizon Employees) and Michele Twyman (Head of Chubb’s Women’s Development Council and Senior Vice President) responded to the research from a corporate perspective, discussing what has worked to advance women in their organizations and what hasn't. The Honorable Tarr-Whelan is a Distinguished Senior Fellow at the progressive think-tank Demos, the former Ambassador to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women in the Clinton Administration and Deputy Assistant to President Jimmy Carter for Women’s Concerns. Families and Work Institute President Ellen Galinsky moderated the session. (October 21, 2009)
Presentation slides / Replay / Order a copy of the book
The Latest Workplace Trends from Families and Work Institute – Meeting and Web-Conference
Families and Work Institute President Ellen Galinsky and FWI Senior Researcher Kerstin Aumann discussed the implication of newly-released findings from the 2008 National Study of the Changing Workforce on gender and generational issues in the workplace and the health of the American worker for Corporate Leadership Circle sponsors in an in depth meeting at FWI and Web-conference. (September 29, 2009)
Presentation Slides /
Replay Part 1 and Part
Womenomics: Write Your Own Rules for Success
Claire Shipman (Senior National Correspondent, Good Morning America) and Katty Kay (Anchor, BBC World News) discussed their just released book, Womenomics: Write Your Own Rules for Success. (June 11, 2009)
Replay Part 1 and Part 2.
Behavioral Economics and Financial Preparedness in the Workplace
Professor Eldar Shafir of Princeton University discussed research on human decision making, including the psychology of financial behavior—both his and that of his colleagues in the field of behavioral economics. This research helps us think about how we are managing our own finances during the recession. It is also highly relevant for those who have or are developing initiatives for employees on financial literacy and preparedness. (March 25, 2009)
Replay / Presentation Slides / Flyer
Please visit: http://weblamp.princeton.edu/~psych/psychology/research/shafir/index.php to learn more about Professor Shafir’s groundbreaking work.
Thank you so much for offering the “Behavioral Economics and Financial Preparedness in the Workplace” Corporate Leadership Circle conference call. Not only did we enjoy it, but it reenergized our way of thinking about how employees may be viewing our current economy and about how we can provide greater assistance to them.
We thought that Professor Eldar Shafir was a tremendous presenter with interesting data and examples.
- Patricia Regensburg, Harris Rothenberg International LLC
Empower. Invest. Accelerate.
The Retention and Advancement of Women in the New Global Economy
In honor of International Women's Day Families and Work Institute’s President, Ellen Galinsky, moderated a Webcast hosted by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu. With numerous studies showing that companies with greater gender diversity often achieve higher returns, the continued investment in women’s advancement and retention programs is important to long-term sustainability in today’s challenged global marketplace. (March 6, 2009)
To view the recording of the Deloitte Webcast, please click here to register.
2008 and Prior Years
Managing Through the Economic Crisis: What Companies Are Doing to Help Their Employees
A telephonic Round Robin held exclusively for Corporate Leadership Circle company representatives where we discussed how they are handling the current financial crisis, gauging employee outlook, helping each generation of employees address the economic crisis, offering 401K guidance and other financial assistance and adding value while moving work life and other “people practices” forward within their companies in this difficult climate.
(December 3, 2008)
Top Leadership from the Obama (September 16, 2008) and McCain (September 24, 2008) Teams
presented their approach to work life and answered employee and employer questions submitted to FWI on work place and force issues. To read about the two candidates’ platforms, please visit our Web site. This is the first election where both parties put forward a work life platform.
Fuel Relief and Flex and the City: The Business Response to Rising Fuel Prices
Corporations, organizations, and city and state governments discussed ways to deal with the rising cost of fuel in the summer of 2008 and its effects on their workforce with Shirley Crews Taylor [City of Houston], Betty Purkey [Texas Instruments] and Dawn Malone [Bon Secours Richmond Health System], hosted by Ellen Galinsky. These best practices continue to be germane is assisting companies and employees in conserving energy. (July 15, 2008)
New Research You Can Use
The latest research with practical implications for work life, diversity, talent management and HR professionals with Dr. Bob Drago of Penn State University, Dr. Shelley MacDermid of Purdue University, and Ana Duarte McCarthy, Citigroup’s Chief Diversity Officer. Hosted by FWI President Ellen Galinsky (January 22, 2008)
New Media and Other Strategies for Communicating
Work Life More Effectively—Both Internally and Externally
CLC Briefing and Round Robin Discussion featuring nationally-renowned media expert Phil Sparks of the Communications Consortium Media Center (CCMC), James Sharpe and colleagues from Ninth House, and Ellen Galinsky (December 3, 2007 at Viacom/MTV Networks, New York, NY)
Investing in Work Life Flexibility
A CEO’s perspective on the strategic and competitive advantages of being a preferred employer, with Murray D. Martin, President and Chief Executive Officer of Pitney Bowes, hosted by Ellen Galinsky (October 24, 2007)
Beyond HR: The New Science of Human Capital
Dr. John W. Boudreau of the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, author and business strategy advisor speaks about his new book, moderated by Ellen Galinsky (September 26, 2007)
Generation Next: Speak Up Be Heard
Acclaimed broadcast journalist Judy Woodruff discussed her national tour and interviews of young adults (ages 16-25) documented on PBS, with respondents Dr. Berry Brazelton and Deloitte & Touche’s Stanton Smith (February 15, 2007)
Failure to Succeed: Using Mistakes as a Talent Development Tool and an Innovation Engine
With Patia McGrath of General Electric Company; Jana Eggers, formerly of QuickBase and Innovation Lab, Intuit Inc.; Ralph Keyes and Richard Farson, authors of The Innovation Paradox: The Success of Failure, the Failure of Success; and Amy Edmondson of the Harvard Business School (November 6, 2006)
As the First Wave of Boomers Come of Retirement Age: How to Promote the Full Engagement of Older Workers
With Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes and Michael Smyer of the Center on Aging and Work at Boston College, and Ellen Galinsky
(March 30, 2006)
Mentoring: What Change Agents Need for Success
CLC Briefing and Round Robin Discussion on mentoring and reverse mentoring as talent management and leadership development strategies with Candi Lange of Lange Advisors and FWI’s Ellen Galinsky and
Carol Bryce-Buchanan (March 17, 2006 at Families and Work Institute, New York, NY)
The Real Deal: Work Life in 2005 and Beyond
Featuring lessons from the Alliance for Work-Life Progress (AWLP) and FWI’s 2005 National Study of Employers with Kathie Lingle of AWLP and Ellen Galinsky (November 10, 2005)
Corporate Relief Efforts in the Aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita
With representatives from Chevron Corporation, Fannie Mae, Johns Hopkins University, JPMorgan Chase, KPMG, Motorola and Texas Instruments (September 30, 2005)
More Work Time and Leave Innovations from Around the Nation and the World
With Nora Spinks of Work-Life Harmony Enterprises and Ellen Galinsky (June 22, 2005)
Women in Mid-Life: New Books by Sue Shellenbarger and Suzanne Braun Levine
With Sue Shellenbarger of The Wall Street Journal and Suzanne Braun Levine, former Editor of Ms. Magazine (May 10, 2005)
Overwork in America: When the Way We Work Becomes Too Much
With Ellen Galinsky and Terry Bond of FWI and a panel of business respondents (March 31, 2005)
The Business Impact of the Multigenerational Workforce
Webinar hosted by the American Business Collaboration with Debbie Phillips of the ABC, Stan Smith of Deloitte & Touche and Ellen Galinsky (December 17, 2004)
If You’ve Raised Kids, You Can Manage Anything: Leadership Begins at Home
With Journalist and Author Ann Crittenden (November 17, 2004)
Same Difference: How Gender Myths Are Hurting Our Relationships, Our Children, and Our Jobs
With Rosalind Barnett and Caryl Rivers of Brandeis University, Mary Tatarian of IBM and Barbara Adachi of Deloitte & Touche (September 30, 2004)
The Changing Face of Labor: Findings from Families and Work Institute’s When Work Works
project on workplace flexibility and workplace effectiveness
With Cathy Healy, Center for Workforce Preparation, U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Ellen Galinsky with a panel of business respondents (August 23, 2004)
Working Time and Leaves: Innovations from Around the Nation and the World
With Nora Spinks of Work-Life Harmony Enterprises and a panel of business respondents (July 29, 2004)
Framing Work Life Issues: Beyond Making the Business Case
With Phil Sparks of the Communications Consortium Media Center, Celinda Lake of Lake Snell Perry & Associates, Guy Molyneux of Peter D. Hart Research Associates and Vince Breglio of WirthlinWorldwide (March 3, 2004)
Highlights of the 2002 National Study of the Changing Workforce
With Ellen Galinsky and Terry Bond of Families and Work Institute (November 18, 2003)
Leaders in a Global Economy
With Ellen Galinsky, Brad Harrington of Boston College Center for Work & Family; Marcia Brumit Kropf and Meredith Moore of Catalyst and a panel of business respondents (June 30, 2003 General Study Findings; November 12, 2003 Regional Asia Pacific Findings; November 19, 2003 Regional European Findings)
The State of Work Life and Its Alignment with Business Strategy
CLC Briefing and Round Robin Discussion with Mary Tribble of the Tribble Creative Group and the Forum for Corporate Conscience and Ellen Galinsky
(June 16, 2003 at Families and Work Institute, New York, NY)
The Power of Full Engagement
With Tony Schwartz of LGE Performance Systems (April 8, 2003)
Women of Color in Corporate Management
With Dr. Katherine Giscombe of Catalyst (December 17, 2002)
Navigating Work and Life: A New Approach
With Dr. Sylvia Ann Hewlett, Economist and Author (September 17, 2002)
Aging Boomers and Others: How to Create an Effective Multi-Generational
Workforce and a Competitive Business Plan Based on Demographics
With Dr. Ken Dychtwald, Author of AgeWave and Public Speaker on Aging (May 30, 2002)
Beyond Gender: The Next Step in Diversity
With Ann Crittenden, Journalist and Author (February 27, 2002)
With Laura Liswood of Goldman Sachs (December 13, 2001)
Achieving Optimal Performance
With Dr. Fikry Isaac of Johnson & Johnson, Dr. Dan Conti of Bank One, Fred Jenkins of Verizon Communications and Joy Bunson of JPMorgan Chase (June 26, 2001)
Navigating the Waves of Economic Change
CLC Briefing and Round Robin Discussion with FWI’s Ellen Galinsky and Jim Levine, Keith Hammonds of Fast Company Magazine, and representatives from Aetna, Accenture and Lucent (January 24, 2001 at JPMorgan Chase & Co., New York, NY)
The Time Crunch: How Are Work Redesign Efforts Helping
With Donna Klein of Marriott International, Betty Purkey of Texas Instruments, Sharon Wilkie of SmithKline Beecham and Ellen Galinsky (December 13, 2000)
The Aging Workforce, Elder Transitions in the Workplace and Elder Care
With FWI’s Ellen Galinsky and Terry Bond, Diane Piktialis of Ceridian, retirement specialist Helen Dennis, Joyce Cohen of Unconventional Wisdom, and James Weil of VitalAging (June 19, 2000)
Recruiting, Nurturing and Retaining the Corporate Leaders of Tomorrow
CLC Briefing and Round Robin Discussion with Michael Carey of Johnson & Johnson
and Bea Fitzpatrick of The BOLD Initiative
(January 19, 2000 at Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Inc., New York, NY)
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