TCB Talks: Women in Leadership 2020
Leading with empathy, vulnerability, courage, and grace has been “the most amazing and refreshing change” to running a Fortune 100 company in the midst of a pandemic, economic downturn and social unrest, Best Buy CEO Corie Barry said Monday at TCB Talks: Women in Leadership 2020. “Those four behaviors, exhibited with passion and care, can do more to help us all move through this collectively than anything. I hope that’s an enduring piece of what’s important about this company, and what I will hang my hat on as a leader.”
Allete president and CEO Bethany Owen, Cargill president of business services Kim Skanson, and Ecolab senior vice president of global marketing and communications Gail Peterson joined Barry for a virtual conversation that ranged from gender and racial equality to leading remote teams and thinking ahead to creating a culture of inclusion within a hybrid office/remote work environment. They also discussed results of a recent TCB x Greater MSP survey that looked at current attitudes of Minnesota women in the workplace.
The event—which was originally scheduled for April—included a presentation of St. Catherine University’s annual Census of Women in Corporate Leadership. Watch the full webinar here: