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WBC'S EXECUTIVE ROUNDTABLE SERIES: CEOs Leading in Time of Crisis - July 14 - Shared screen with speaker view
Kathy Ross
41:33
Amen on the female-led countries! Bravo!
Schenae Rourk
41:57
women led movements are powerful.
WBC - Edie Fraser
49:12
please provide comments on this important to get your input
Schenae Rourk
51:34
love the new humanity and more real authentic conversations
Melody Meyer
55:27
My colleagues and I are becoming increasingly concerned about the stress on young professional women in dual careers with children -- they are taking on more of the home school/child care and have not negotiated new roles with their spouse in this environment -- we need to start empowering these young women to work on better arrangements in this work at home environment
Dr. Debra Clary
56:19
agreed!
Alvina Lo
57:09
Agree - especially with the prospect of schools not fully reopening in the Fall, this is causing a lot of anxiety and worry, for both the family and how that affects our career.
Kathleen M Bell
57:53
And school reopenings will echo the disparity issues throughout society
Kristin Russell
58:04
Really inspiring messages shared thus far! Thank you. The gender impact of CV19 is important to understand - how it is having a more challenging impact on women (IMHO) but also the point that Margo made, which is the opportunity for women to show, teach, and lead in a more empathetic and authentic way during this challenging time.
Evelyn Rodstein
58:19
innovation is energizing and fights the fatigue and depletion many of our women executives feel
Renee Pepys Lowe
58:33
Melody, thank you for bringing this subject up…it is very concerning as well as the anxiety of the constant disruption and more importantly the unknown.
Dr. Debra Clary
58:58
people circle around purpose - good point Margo
Schenae Rourk
59:04
I appreciate the wording around authenticity and vulnerability- as they do go hand in hand.
Kathy Ross
01:00:46
Amazing and human ideas to bring people together, Margo. Impressive. The adjacencies that your company can leverage are incredibly innovative.
Dr. Debra Clary
01:01:05
Brenne Brown has a Netflix on this topic, out now - check it out
Evelyn Rodstein
01:05:09
great description of values and purpose on a specific level of action
Michele Brown
01:07:29
A inspiring quote about the true essence of leadership “people don’t care what you know, until they know that you care”
Cynthia Whitfield-Story
01:07:33
Caring for people is a natural muscle we have and applying in a crisis is very comforting to the people we are blessed to lead
Sunny Slaughter
01:07:55
That's powerful words from June - If you want people to follow you have to show that you care about them.
Christine Krin
01:08:30
as a 60+ with a comorbidty, I am soon going to be in a place where I need to find a new job and don't know how I will find a position that I can work from home or limited contact, I have alwasy worked in the service industires
Cynthia Whitfield-Story
01:09:39
A big challenge is the increase abuse happening to women and children. We have to support organizations that address this major issue.
Rosario Astuvilca
01:09:46
how about Covid effects on black. women of colour in particular?
Herta von Stiegel
01:10:33
June, the point that real leaders truly care is critical! Transformational leaders identify with heartfelt needs and find ways to meet them in meaningful, caring ways.
Maryann Bruce
01:10:39
Margo - you are correct that violence has increased in the home during the pandemic. My sister is the medical director of child prevention at a major hospital and she's been overwhelmed by the increase in child and domestic abuse cases.
Sunny Slaughter
01:10:53
The vulnerability of marginalized populations and how organizations are "really" addressing the impact. While many want to go with big names you must also hold them accountable for what they actually do and not just what they say they do.
marianne markowitz
01:11:08
and women have less access to commercial capital on the equity and commercial loan side -Gender Capital Gap is huge issue that holds back the progress of the women's economy
Schenae Rourk
01:11:44
seeing women in leadership makes the difference.
Kristin Russell
01:11:57
“We must see HER”. So important. We have to ensure that this pandemic doesn’t make HER disappear. This is all of our imperative.
Maryann Bruce
01:12:09
As you know young women want to see what they can be and seeing a female CEO makes a huge impact on their career choices.
Evelyn Rodstein
01:13:15
Employees feel helpless anything we can do to provide a sense of self efficacy and autonomy and being seen as an individual helps.
Savannah Maziya
01:13:55
Very true. Doing a documentary about this to also show that it affects women from all backgrounds, financial, religious, race and geography. Its a long overdue conversation that needs urgent attention. Its the pandemic in the shadows.
Melody Meyer
01:13:58
Great specific examples Margo on focusing on women right now -- I also think we need to empower women to have frank conversations at home on allocation of new home responsibilities -- and to come up with creative ways to seek support at home that they have not had before
Schenae Rourk
01:16:49
this is leadership!
Sunny Slaughter
01:17:09
That is strategic!! Great job Guardian
Kathy Ross
01:18:09
Is anyone taking notes on all of these incredible ideas to recap after the call? Fantastic discussion!
Kathleen M Bell
01:18:32
I see that it’s being recorded …
WBC - Edie Fraser
01:18:36
YES and will have the entire VIDEO and script
Kathy Ross
01:18:41
Thanks!
Sunny Slaughter
01:18:46
Thank you
sharon reynolds
01:18:48
It speaks volumes when a company like Guardian is so forward thinking in preparing employees for what is next, and in particular to focus on people of color.
Schenae Rourk
01:19:16
the inclusion for all women and people of color is on point
Kristin Russell
01:19:31
Agreed!
Rosario Astuvilca
01:19:44
I think in many ways the discussion has moved from gender to race in the last weeks, don't you think?
Evelyn Rodstein
01:20:12
Guardian has always had great reputation, how nice to see it evolve
Kathleen M Bell
01:20:35
Rosario - yes or in terms of additive vs. either/or … And while
Gail Hayes
01:20:59
Love what Guardian is doing, especially in providing lesson plans to support parents and teachers. In order for us to be REALLY successful in our goals is to nurture the future. We must form a foundation of success and humanity and this is an AWESOME example of helping to form that base! Legacy is POWERFUL and women are so good at that!
Kristin Russell
01:21:11
Trust = Innovation
Carolyn Dolezal
01:22:19
love the "focus on the AND"!
Kathleen M Bell
01:22:39
right on, Abe!
Sunny Slaughter
01:23:41
This was an amazing panel
Evelyn Rodstein
01:23:52
If warmth and judgement could seep through the screen , wonderful to see
Melody Meyer
01:23:57
Outstanding insights! Thank you
Loretta McCarthy
01:24:15
Outstanding! Thank you.
Kathy Ross
01:24:18
Thank you, Edie and panelists. Time well invested with all of you!
Candance Chow
01:24:25
Thank you all for the inspiration and poignant insight.
Eileen Campbell
01:24:26
Go Edie!
Maryann Bruce
01:24:32
Thanks for sharing your insights and wisdom. Extremely worthwhile meeting!
Lynn Sontag
01:24:34
Thank you - appreciate it!
Kristin Russell
01:24:34
Thank you!!!
Herta von Stiegel
01:24:36
Terrific insights!!
Cynthia Whitfield-Story
01:24:37
Thank you all for such an uplifting message!