How can leaders nurture a culture that is open to recognizing warning signals?

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Michele Wucker (Author & CEO, Gray Rhino & Company)

Michelle Wucker talks about ways in which organizations can improve the likelihood that warning signals will be heeded and acted upon. She provides recommendations for improving decision-making processes such as getting the right decision makers in the room including those with a diversity of thought and experience. Wucker provides the example of the company Salesforce which has a policy that when big decisions are being made, 30% of the decision makers must be women. She also talks about how corporate boards are also working on adding diversity to their membership to generate better decision making.


About Author

Michele Wucker

Author & CEO, Gray Rhino & Company

Michele Wucker is an author, commentator and policy analyst specializing in the world economy and crisis anticipation. Michele is a global thought leader with three decades of experience in media, finance, and non-profit management and content creation. She is the author of The Gray Rhino: How to Recognize and Act on the Obvious Dangers we Ignore.

Interviewed By

Tracey Fitzpatrick

Tracey Fitzpatrick

Sarder TV Anchor & Former Market News Video Anchor

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