Tuesdays Leadership Next

Crafting a Return to Work That Really Works

from Leadership Next | Published 5/4/2021

As we begin to emerge from the pandemic, it's a question that seems to be plaguing most CEOs: How do you hold on to the benefits of remote work while encouraging more in-person collaboration? This is just one topic that Alan Murray and Ellen McGirt broach with Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen. Listening and responding to employees is clearly something Adobe does well - the company has landed on Fortune's list of 'Best Companies to Work For' several years in a row. It's far from the only thing the company does well however. Adobe's financial results continue to impress year after year. How does he do it, and how is Narayen positioning his company - home to products like Photoshop, Adobe Sign and many more - for the future? That's all on this episode of Leadership Next. Also featured in this week episode, Catalyst's Senior Director of Women and the Future of Work, Lauren Pasquarella Daley.

Om Podcasten

Something big is happening in the world of business. CEOs increasingly say their jobs have become less about giving orders, more about inspiring, motivating, setting a north star. They are taking the lead on big issues like climate change, worker retraining, and diversity and inclusion. They are under pressure from employees, customers and investors not just to turn a profit, but to prove they are doing good in the world. And in the process, they are fundamentally redefining the relationship between business and society. Join Fortune CEO Alan Murray and Senior Editor Ellen McGirt as they probe the best of these leaders for insight into what they're doing, why they're doing it, and what impact it is having.