The World Economic Forum announces selection of the 100 most promising Technology Pioneers, companies that are tackling such issues as sustainability, climate change and healthcare.
Mogul, a technology platform and inclusive community that empowers diverse individuals and organizations to achieve better outcomes and cultivate meaningful success, is among the honorees.
This year’s cohort includes representation from 31 economies on six continents.
The full list of Technology Pioneers can be viewed here.
Now more than ever, organizations need to be able to adapt quickly to stay competitive. But how can a company build its ability to change? New research from Bain & Company shows that companies with high diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) rankings significantly outperform others with what Bain dubs higher "change power."
The Mogul Top People Leaders and CHROs 2023 list highlights the leaders who are making a difference and championing diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in their workplace. They are making continual strides in implementing DEIB best practices, investing in resources and tools to hire diverse talent, and placing diverse leaders across their organizations.
Now more than ever, the world needs leaders.
Before you can lead others, you must first learn to lead yourself.
Growing a company and building successful teams are not the same.
We are thrilled to share our new podcast, Mogul Minute Podcast! For our inaugural episode, we're celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month and speaking with Tim Grijalva from GoDaddy about how GoDaddy has created their successful Employee Resource Groups (ERGs). If you want to start your own ERG, this episode is for you. You'll learn:
We all understand the business benefits of cultivating a diverse workforce. But your diversity initiatives won't produce results if they don't facilitate fair and equal opportunities for underrepresented employees to move into leadership roles.
You’ve seen it. A teammate that holds back their great ideas. Meetings where no one pushes back to make projects better. A team that’s so afraid of making mistakes that they are hesitant to try new things.