An Electrical Engineer’s Communications Hack: Know, Feel, Do
Good communication isn’t about the message sent; it’s about the one received. In this blog, Ruba Borno explains how empathy plays a role in getting the intended message to every audience.
Driving Impact with Strong Leadership
Chuck Robbins announces expanded roles for Fran Katsoudas, Liz Centoni and Maria Martinez, who will continue to drive key areas of the business and shape the future for Cisco.
Virtual People Leaders – Give Your Best with Webex
At Cisco we believe that better leaders make better teams. Here are a few ideas that I’ve learned that you can use to be a 10x better virtual people leader for your team.
Five Elements to Help Your Org Survive and Thrive During Crises
Spending time planning, building, and exercising business resiliency plans for your most significant risks helps you face any crisis, even the unexpected. Here are 5 things you can do to help navigate any crisis.
Public Sector Guide to Leading Through a Crisis Situation
As leaders cope with large-scale disruption, they must guide their team to a new normal. Find out the five things that can help you do so successfully.
Should You Leave the Company You Love?
Heading into his last week at Cisco, Justin Riray shares why decided to leave the company he loves and how Cisco supports employees that may need to explore areas outside the comfort zone to grow.
The impact of a diverse cybersecurity team
Meet Marene Allison, CISO for Johnson & Johnson, who talks about her story, from the military to Special FBI Agent to the corporate world. She also talks about the need to embrace diversity in the cybersecurity industry
People Are The Strongest Link
Our special guest on the Security Stories podcast this week is Brian Honan, the founder and CEO of IRISS; Ireland's first Computer Emergency Response Team. Our chat includes talking about managing a remote based security team, and why the cybersecurity industry needs more accountability.