Culture needs to be part of their dashboards and that intentionality from the board really sort of came out as a strong signal. That as a board, it can be a powerful signal to drive accountability from management in this way.
Seven to 10 people do fear the weaponization of misinformation, but what’s changed in the last year or so is assumptions or who we think the weaponizers of fake news and misinformation largely are.
The seven values that we have in our company are respect, integrity, solidarity, responsibility, commitment, excellence, and entrepreneurship. So every person has to not only understand what each of those values means, but they also just accept them…and work on a day-by-day basis with those values.
No longer can you just have a conversation with someone that sits next to you, or in the hallway. People have to be more intentional about it, so we have had to step up our messaging about the hotline.
To ensure adequate diversity of thought, gender, and ethnicity, it’s critical that companies look beyond the traditional experience to recruit board members.
I walked into interviews where the interviewer was questioning whether I was, in fact, Tiffany Archer, because they didn’t expect me to look like I did…It shouldn’t matter what you look like, what you sound like; the comparison should be on substantive qualities and merit.