In the Summer of 2021, Nebo made it official: the company moved out of its comfortable Washington D.C. office and launched its innovative next chapter as a virtual, geographically distributed organization. By August, the company’s 16 employees worked from 10 different states or districts, multiple U.S. time zones, and two different countries. Though the company […]
Through our observations, research and discussion, here are four big-picture ideas in leadership that stand out as crucial for leaders in 2021 and beyond.
The SEC institutes new workforce disclosure rules for publicly-traded companies, recognizing that human capital is the primary driver of value.
The Nebo Company stands as an organization of conscience in solidarity with Black communities and others around the world to condemn the structural, systemic and institutional racism and violence in the United States that has taken countless lives.
As coach and author Mary Beth O’Neill describes in her book, Executive Coaching with Backbone and Heart: A Systems Approach to Engaging Leaders with Their Challenges, a coaching engagement “is a continual dance of balancing backbone and heart,” requiring coaches to speak not only with kindness, but also truthfully and courageously.
The Nebo Company has been named an official partner of the World Bank’s 3rd Annual Innovate4Climate (I4C) Conference hosted in Singapore from June 4-7.
Join Nebo CEO Kate Ebner and special guest Kim D’Abreu for a 45-minute discussion on proven strategies to engage and retain a diverse workforce. Learn how to create a culture where everyone can bring their best self and four cultural competencies that every organization should adopt.
Since assuming the role as Microsoft’s CEO, Satya Nadella has transformed the culture of one of the largest and most influential tech companies by making empathy, self-awareness, and diversity strategic priorities.