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Deloitte provides industry-leading audit, consulting, tax and advisory services to many of the world’s most admired brands, including 80 percent of the Fortune 500 and more than 6,000 private and middle market companies. Our people work across more than 20 industry sectors to deliver measurable and lasting results that help reinforce public trust in our capital markets, inspire clients to make their most challenging business decisions with confidence and help lead the way toward a stronger economy and a healthy society.

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How can leaders rebound from serious setbacks? Shellye Archambeau, former CEO at MetricStream and board member at Verizon and Nordstrom, discusses grit, risk-taking in leadership and the power of networks. Becoming a CEO Shellye walks us through her leadership trajectory: Where she got her start, when she pivoted and why forging relationships has been critical every step of the way. I created...

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Resilient: John Taft on Doing Right for Your Customers

How can the financial system be a more positive contributor to social goals? According to John Taft, CEO, author and great-grandson of 27ᵗʰ U.S. President William Howard Taft, it starts with stewardship — putting the client's interest first. If you aren’t grounded, there’s no way you’re going to make it through. In a family tree that includes an attorney general, a Supreme...

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Resilient: Beth Comstock on the Executive of the Future

What does the executive of the future look like in today’s increasingly volatile world? We continue our conversation with Beth Comstock, former vice chair at GE, who shares her perspectives on the expanding role of the CMO and adapting to the future of work. She also discusses the importance of making room for discovery to fuel innovation and get ahead of disruption.

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Don't always assume the answer will be "no." Beth Comstock, former vice chair at General Electric (GE), discusses why more employees should challenge their leaders and how people can learn to be better at pushing innovation.​ If you want certainty, you’re not going to get it, particularly in today’s volatile world. In this episode, Beth Comstock looks back on her 27-year career...

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Dic Donohue, (ret) MBTA sergeant, on resilience in the line of fire Sometimes failure just isn’t an option. And for those facing personal struggles, resilience is often defined by small victories on a long road to recovery. Sergeant Donohue walks us through the night he was injured while in pursuit of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombers and his journey back from the...

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If you try to live in a world with no risk, you’ll also live in a world with no opportunities. In this episode of Resilient, Ron Kiskis, the former president of Chevron Oronite Company, shares his perspectives on ROMO or the risk of missed opportunity. Risk and change can be good or bad, depending on where you sit. If you simply try...

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Resilient: Mike Indursky on Breaking the Right Rules

​$500 billion dollars. That’s the size of the skin care and beauty industry in the U.S. alone. In this increasingly competitive and disruptive marketplace, how can both new and established companies differentiate themselves? Mike Indursky, the former CMO of Burt’s Bees and president of Bliss World (two disruptors in the industry), discusses the importance of breaking the right rules to remain relevant....

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Resilient: Frank Tirelli on Leadership in a Volatile World

Frank Tirelli has spent his life doing things he loves—confidently and relentlessly. This has allowed him to blaze his own trail, taking on challenges as the former COO of myCFO, former CEO of Herbalife, and former CEO of Deloitte Italy. Frank and Deloitte Advisory’s Mike Kearney discuss why certain types of leaders thrive in the face of adversity; the need to help...

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Resilient: Paul Morell on Getting Ahead of Tomorrow’s Risks

For many organizations, a crisis may lead to just financial losses. But for airlines, it could mean life or death. In this episode of Resilient, Paul Morell, the former VP of Safety, Regulatory Compliance and Environmental for American Airlines, shares what he’s learned about mitigating risk in the airline industry — and how companies can get ahead of tomorrow’s risks. Paul and Deloitte Advisory’s...

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Resilient: Daryl Brewster on the Problem with Short-Termism

CEOs are becoming increasingly frustrated by organizations that over-emphasize the short term. And CECP — a coalition of CEOs that believes societal improvement is an essential measure of business performance — took notice. CECP is trying to redirect investor behavior to focus less on short-term events and more on corporate frameworks that are capable of generating long-term growth. Daryl Brewster, CEO of...

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