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2 minutes | 3 days ago
Rishi Varma: Innovating in the legal field
Rishi Varma, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, sits down with CLO Track cohost Don Fancher to discuss how legal leaders can gain a deeper understanding of the business, build empathy, and embrace missteps.
51 minutes | 9 days ago
Debbie Wheeler: Cyber as a force for change
Debbie Wheeler, Chief Information Security Officer, Delta Air Lines sits down with Cyber Track host Deb Golden name to discuss how cyber can reduce friction in the customer experience and enable innovation for the business.
84 minutes | 15 days ago
The role of business in the equity imperative
2020 spotlighted the harsh reality of systemic racism and injustice in the United States. What might it take to make real progress toward racial equity? In this episode, two of the authors of Deloitte’s recent report, The equity imperative, discuss the responsibility and the opportunity that businesses have to help lead the way to a more equitable future.
13 minutes | a month ago
Rob King on data, speed, and controls
How is the role of internal audit changing? Rob King, chief vice president and chief audit executive at FedEx, sits down with Sandy Pundmann to talk about delivering insights and foresights to stakeholders, innovating with new technologies to deliver assurance and risk assessments, and harnessing data to accelerate both insights and automation.
38 minutes | 2 months ago
Consumer sentiment: Executive voices on pandemic recovery
As consumers grappled with the unprecedented disruption of their lives in 2020, many dramatically changed their behaviors to adapt to the realities of a pandemic-driven new normal. Are these shifts temporary, or will continued uncertainty affect consumer behaviors and sentiments well into the future? In this episode of Resilient, Deloitte consumer industry leaders discuss the outlook for 2021 and the consumer trends that could play a role in shaping long-term economic recovery and industry dynamics.
56 minutes | 4 months ago
The social sector and business: Serving communities in crisis
In the midst of crisis, how can nonprofits adapt to help bridge the gaps where government, policy, and social safety nets may be constrained? This episode of Resilient brings together social sector leaders to discuss the pandemic’s impact on the social issues that businesses care so much about. They share insights on how social sector leaders might anticipate and prepare for crisis aftershocks, adapt to new realities, and think creatively to turn disruption into opportunity.
43 minutes | 4 months ago
On a mission: Higher education combats COVID-19 challenges
How can higher education leaders successfully fulfill their institution’s mission while managing the demands placed on them by the COVID-19 crisis? This episode of Resilient explores the operational disruption facing academic institutions and their direct constituents—as well as the downstream consequences for the communities, businesses, and stakeholders in their shared domain. Hear their strategies for coping today and thriving tomorrow.
25 minutes | 5 months ago
Resilience in the wake of adversity: Highlights from Confronting the COVID-19 Crisis
Over the past several months, Confronting the COVID-19 Crisis Resilient podcast special series has followed organizations, their leaders, and their stakeholders on the journey from response to recovery and cautiously toward thriving. In this compilation episode, we revisit past conversations with many of these guests, reflecting on what makes a resilient leader and curating answers from their shared experiences facing disruption, building trust, and inspiring hope for the future.
37 minutes | 6 months ago
The impact of COVID-19 on people
Hear what it’s like to live, work, and manage through crises—from a leader on the frontlines. In this episode of Resilient, Mike McCabe, an emergency medical services leader, sits down with hosts Mike Kearney and Deloitte US Chief Well-being Officer and host of the WorkWell podcast Jen Fisher to explore the connection between well-being and resilience.
90 minutes | 6 months ago
Jeff Raz shares how to connect deeply with your audience
Jeff Raz, Stand & Deliver senior director, Clown Conservatory founder, author, and resilient performer sits down with host Mike Kearney. Jeff shares his perspective on resilience, the art of communicating, presenting confidently, and building trust. This interview is chockfull of tips to help leaders up their game in captivating their audiences—whether in person, writing, or even in a virtual setting.
47 minutes | 6 months ago
Jacki Monson on security and privacy by design
What role does privacy play in cybersecurity? Jacki Monson, chief privacy and information security officer at Sutter Health, sits down with cyber series host, Deb Golden, to explore the benefits of adjoining these traditionally siloed functions and how they’re taking a proactive approach to security through privacy-by-design, threat hunting, and artificial intelligence.
64 minutes | 6 months ago
Debbie Majoras shares characteristics of an effective general counsel
Debbie Majoras, chief legal officer and secretary at Procter & Gamble, sits down with CLO Program Research & Insights director Lori Lorenzo. Debbie shares characteristics of an effective general counsel, as well as insights into her life, career, and leading through crisis.
36 minutes | 7 months ago
Adam Zoller on bringing health care closer to patients through cybersecurity
How can health care organizations make care more accessible for their patients? Adam Zoller, CISO at Providence St. Joseph Health, sits down with cyber series host, Deb Golden, to discuss how his organization’s Health 2.0 initiative is enabling care from anywhere in the world through flexible and scalable cybersecurity solutions. He also shares how they, along with the Health 2.0 platform, have empowered Providence St. Joseph Health to address the impacts of COVID-19.
32 minutes | 7 months ago
Doing deals in a COVID world
Despite the current economic uncertainty, many dealmakers aren’t scaling back investments. So how has COVID-19 impacted today’s deal market? In this episode, we explore transaction activity over the past few months, how the pandemic could change how deals are valued, and shifts in the regulatory landscape.
47 minutes | 7 months ago
Critical infrastructure at risk: Bob Kolasky, Department of Homeland Security
What are some of the biggest economic and security risks facing the United States—particularly at this time—if critical national infrastructure isn’t properly protected? Guest Bob Kolasky, the Assistant Director of the National Risk Management Center (NRMC) in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), discusses his work advising business, industry, and government leaders to not only manage risks, but also enhance resilience against future crises.
51 minutes | 7 months ago
Leaning into recovery: Architecting the resilience hub
As businesses reopen and work toward recovery, many leaders see an opportunity to strengthen their organizational resilience. How can they build on the lessons learned from crisis to drive greater coordination, strengthen stakeholder trust, and enable long-term success? In this episode of Resilient, we talk with two Deloitte leaders from Asia-Pacific about how organizations can morph their response-focused command center capabilities into a hub for directing resilience-building activities.
16 minutes | 8 months ago
Kenneth Chen on the importance of internal audit’s relationship with management
What do disruption and innovation have in common? How can an organization strengthen internal audit’s relationship with management and sell the value they bring to the table? Why are leading by example and maintaining passion key ingredients for success? Find out in this episode of Resilient, where host Sandy Pundmann sits down with Spotify’s vice president of internal audit and chief audit executive, Kenneth Chen, to discuss all of this and more.
56 minutes | 8 months ago
The CLOs role in crisis—a perspective from Alex Dimitrief
In this episode, host and Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory principal Don Fancher, talks with Alex Dimitrief, partner at legal management consulting firm, Zeughauser Group, and former chief executive officer of GE’s Global Growth Organization, about the evolving role of the chief legal officer (CLO). Alex shares his insights on how legal leads are helping their executive teams respond with speed and agility amid the COVID-19 pandemic—and spotlights the current leadership challenges CLOs face.
49 minutes | 8 months ago
Leadership in a challenging world: Futurist and strategist collaborate to rechart our course
Amid pervasive uncertainty, how can business leaders come together to shape a better, more just and sustainable future? This episode features a conversation with two Deloitte leaders, Eamonn Kelly, chief futurist and Office for the Future leader, and Jason Girzadas, managing principal for Businesses, Global, and Strategic Services and member of Deloitte’s US Executive. They share their perspective on the evolving priorities of business leaders in four areas: rebuilding civic and global trust; accelerating digitization; creating a human-centric economy; helping to resolve urgent societal issues. They also discuss why executive leadership should embrace building a better future as central to their strategy.
47 minutes | 8 months ago
Health care: Responding and recovering with resilience
During this challenging time, how are health care leaders adapting to meet stakeholder needs while promoting resilience across their teams? This episode of Resilient features Kevin Sowers, president of Johns Hopkins Health System, Michael Dowling, president and CEO at Northwell Health, and Deloitte’s chief medical officer, Ken Abrams. They discuss their experiences leading through crisis and consider how the lessons of the past few months might help drive radical change in health care’s future.
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