Last week, we told you about an exciting initiative we’re launching in collaboration with the Experience Energy GRIT Awards on Oct. 3 (get your tickets here!) — the Energy Diversity and Inclusion IndexTM. And you all have responded — in droves.
Each year for the past three years, the New York Times has published something called the Glass Ceiling Index.
The index provides a look at the number of women and men in important leadership roles in American life.
Soledad O’Brien is a household name in TV news, even though she left her full-time role with CNN back in 2013.
Perhaps it’s because she covered the stories that have defined the past two decades — Hurricane Katrina, the earthquake in Haiti — and done...
I still remember my first negotiation for a higher salary. The bureau chief for the Boston Globe’s Washington office offered me a position, and I told him I’d think about it and soon walked out of the office and got back on the plane back home.
Several years ago when I was working at Shell, I was in our London office. The CEO at the time, was riding up in an elevator full of employees. I had no idea Jeroen van der Veer was our chairman and CEO.
Dear Dan Henderson, CEO of Henderson Rig:
Yesterday I was browsing our twitter feed to get caught up on #OTC2017. Your advertisement for the big "afterparty" caught my attention.
Quite simply: It's offensive, rude, lewd, and does nothing to brand our industry. It diminishes women and...
The industry has to do a better job conveying the message about why this is a great industry to work. And this doesn’t just apply to college grads. Some of the best paying hourly jobs in the country are in the petrochemical industry and we’re not marketing these opportunities well.
If you’ve ever worked in any business, literally anywhere, you’ve probably experienced silos. Here’s how pervasive they are: Machiavelli actually was referencing the idea of silos in 1513.
If you are keeping score at home, that would be 504 years ago. A few things have...