The road to leadership is different for everyone. For Bank of America CAO Andrea Smith, it meant embracing the unexpected, seeing examples of how not to lead, and knowing when to push for change.
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The future of diversity, equity, and inclusion in government
21:52Government needs a workforce as diverse as the constituents it serves. Getting—and keeping—that workforce isn’t easy, but guests Jonathan McBride, C.C. Durall, and Kim Myers have insights on how to get it done.
The future of government service delivery
25:35Technology may help drive the future of service delivery, but it can’t overshadow the humans being served. Siim Sikkut, CIO of Estonia, and New America fellow Marina Nitze discuss how to get that balance right.
The future of AI in government
19:28Forget Hollywood: We’re not talking Terminators here. Bob Work of the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence explains how government can approach AI, and Carnegie Mellon’s Molly Steenson lays out the ethical framework for AI adoption
Restoring trust in government
20:39In the United States, trust in government is at near historic lows. The authors of The Power of Trust discuss why that’s a problem, and former Chief Veterans Experience Officer Tom Allin reveals how that agency rebuilt trust.
The future of work in government
21:30The pandemic redefined our understanding of where and how jobs had to be done. DHS’s Angie Bailey and NASA’s Elizabeth Kolmstetter share how their agencies are adapting to the new world of work.
31:52The public sector is often seen as slow-moving and behind the times. But around the world, governments are creating innovative responses to intractable challenges. Join us as we dive into the exciting new developments in the future of government. This week, we talk with Dr. Sonal Shah of Georgetown University, Professor Sir Geoff Mulgan of University College London, and Bill Eggers and Mike Canning of Deloitte.
Bank of America’s Andrea Smith on dealing with disruption from day one
18:20The road to leadership is different for everyone. For Bank of America CAO Andrea Smith, it meant embracing the unexpected, seeing examples of how not to lead, and knowing when to push for change.
Kennedy Wilson’s Mary Ricks on making opportunity happen
21:11The road to leadership is different for everyone. For Kennedy Wilson president Mary Ricks, it meant taking a leap, being a team player, and knowing she’d be able to prove herself.
New York Life Investment Management’s Yie-Hsin Hung on the value of new perspectives
25:53The road to leadership is different for everyone. For New York Life Investment Management’s CEO Yie-Hsin Hung, it meant overcoming some unexpected curveballs, honing in on values, and understanding why aspiration alone isn’t enough.
Wells Fargo’s Debra Chrapaty on seeking change
29:40The road to leadership is different for everyone. For Wells Fargo CTO Debra Chrapaty, it meant making hard choices, living unapologetically, and embracing her superpowers.