Today’s Boss Talk features Carbon’s President and CEO Ellen J. Kullman. Ellen talks about how her time as DuPont’s CEO will help advance Carbon’s business, how to deal with engineering being ‘virtually absent’ from most K-12 curriculum, and why companies need to be honest about whether gender disparities exist in their organizations.
Bill Carroll provides some highly pragmatic advice on how to survive an ‘inexperienced manager’ – a situation that can propel or inhibit your career, depending on how things go.
Bill Provine, President and CEO of the Delaware Innovation Space, shares his thoughts on advancing his mission to incubate and accelerate science based startups. Bill is one of the nation’s foremost experts in this area, so if you are thinking about starting a business, or engaging in some way with one, take a moment to read what he has to say.
You may have come across the term ‘imposter syndrome’ – the psychological phenomenon in which a person believes they are a fraud – they only accomplish anything because of luck or connections, not because they are smart or talented. Our LinkedIn Learning digs deeper into this issue.
In closing, we’re all dealing with challenging times. Be smart and be safe – for your sake, your family’s, and the broader community in which you live and work.
John C. Katz