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Wes Moore, Robin Hood Foundation CEO on Ending Poverty and Systemic Racism in America
In this episode, Robin Hood Foundation CEO Wes Moore, author of the new book “Five Days: The Fiery Reckoning of An American City” discusses how changes in public policy must occur for poverty and racial inequality to end in America.
|Jul 02, 2020|
United Airlines Executive Chairman Oscar Munoz on the Future of Air Travel
Oscar Munoz, Executive Chairman of United Airlines, is our guest this week. Oscar talks about managing through the Covid-19 crisis in an industry that was first to feel the effects--and among the last to recover. We discuss the importance of passengers feeling safe as well as being safe, and how the power of human contact and in-person interaction will ultimately be the driving force in the industry’s recovery. The podcast closes with Oscar’s unique insights on social change and personal leadership, underscoring the fact that we all can help make things better. Reading Notes: Oscar Munoz Moves to New Role as Executive Chairman of United Airlines - Oscar Munoz retired as United CEO and became Executive Chairman in May of 2020. Guidance for Air Travel through the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis - The International Civil Aviation Organization has come up with new guidelines for air travel due to the impact of COVID-19. Read the full report here. Readout from the Vice President’s Meeting with Airline Executives - The White House, June 26, 2020.
|Jun 30, 2020|
Carlyle Group Co-Chief Executive Officer Kewsong Lee on the Power of Leadership
In this episode, Andrew and Scott speak with Kewsong Lee, Co-Chief Executive Officer of the Carlyle Group. Kewsong is Chairman of Carlyle’s Executive Group and a member of the Board of Directors. He is the President of the Board of the Lincoln Center Theater, a member of the Business Roundtable, a director of the Board of the U.S.-China Business Council, Vice Chair of the US Chamber of Commerce’s China Center Advisory Board and a member of the Executive Committee of the Partnership for New York. Kewsong discusses the global economic outlook and geopolitical issues, how leaders are adapting and re-imagining business for the new environment, the challenge of building and sustaining a strong corporate culture, and the implications of consumer and corporate behavioral changes.
|Jun 23, 2020|
Accenture CEO Julie Sweet: “Decade of Shared Success”
Julie Sweet, Chief Executive Officer of Accenture, joins the podcast this week. Julie talks about innovation and managing change in partnership with her clients. She also discusses the need for speed in firms large and small, the role of automation and artificial intelligence, and her personal commitment to shared success. Reading Notes: What If Working From Home Goes on … Forever? - Accenture’s chief technology officer discusses the increased volume of audio and video calls since moving remote in the New York Times. Accenture CEO Julie Sweet - how we're dealing with Coronavirus and how it's impacting our clients needs - A discussion with CEO Julie Sweet on the five steps that Accenture is taking in dealing with Coronavirus. Accenture’s commitment to action - CEO Julie Sweet’s letter to Accenture on their actions to fight racism locally and globally.
|Jun 16, 2020|
Mastercard CEO Ajay Banga on Technology’s Role in Recovery
Mastercard CEO Ajay Banga joins the podcast to discuss his company’s unique perspective of the changing economy here and abroad. Ajay shares his views on financial inclusion, consumer trust, and technology’s role in growth and recovery.
|Jun 09, 2020|
Hyatt CEO Mark Hoplamazian on Reimagining Hotels
In this episode, Mark Hoplamazian, President and CEO of Hyatt Hotels Corporation, joins Andrew and Scott to discuss how the hospitality business will be reimagined and revitalized as guests return with new expectations. Mark shares his optimism about the joys of travel, his belief in the future of the hotel industry, and his insights on leadership during tough times.
|Jun 02, 2020|
Leon Cooperman: “Capitalism Will Be Changed Forever”
Billionaire investor Leon “Lee” Cooperman, chairman and CEO of Omega Advisors, joins the podcast to discuss the future of the stock market, investing, capitalism, the U.S. economy, future of work, and decoupling with China.
|May 26, 2020|
Former Boeing CEO Jim McNerney on U.S. Reinvention
In our inaugural episode, former Boeing Chairman, President and CEO W. James McNerney, Jr. joins CSIS’ Andrew Schwartz and Scott Miller to discuss how America will work through the COVID-19 pandemic, and how it will transform our industries, institutions and the global economy.
|May 21, 2020|