Cubert’s Katie Vincent shares tips on how to push past doubt to thrive in the workplace. “Had I listened to such misplaced advice, I may not have ended up in what I consider to be my dream role.”Uncategorized Celebrating Women’s History Month
Cubert honours Nikki Schiavone for her leadership and mission to advance women in their careersUncategorized Challenging ourselves on International Women’s Day
Cubert joins the 50-30 Challenge and celebrates women in tech.Uncategorized A New Take on New Year’s Resolutions
Cubert’s tips for making lasting, meaningful change in the New Year.Uncategorized Holiday Care
How employees and employers can strengthen self-care during the holiday season.Uncategorized Building Performance in a Pandemic
Cubert’s guidelines for a productive, progressive and psychologically safe workplace culture.
From microscopic “smart dust” tracking devices to DNA-tracing tech and advanced facial recognition software, journalist Sharon Weinberger leads a hair-raising tour through the global, unregulated bazaar of privatized mass surveillance. To rein in this growing, multibillion-dollar marketplace that often caters to customers with nefarious intents, Weinberger believes the first step is for governments to classify surveillance tools as dangerous and powerful weapons.
When companies think of diversity and inclusion, they too often focus on meeting metrics instead of building relationships with people of diverse backgrounds, says Starbucks COO Rosalind G. Brewer. In this personable and wide-ranging conversation with TED current affairs curator Whitney Pennington Rodgers, Brewer invites leaders to rethink what it takes to create a truly inclusive workplace — and lays out how to bring real, grassroots change to boardrooms and communities alike.
Standing up to discrimination and hate should be everyone’s business, says community activist Wale Elegbede. In this vital talk, he shares how his community in La Crosse, Wisconsin came together to form an interfaith group in response to Islamophobia and racism — and shows why a mentality of caring for your neighbors can make life better for everyone.
Have you ever seen or experienced something and wished you spoke up? Writer Sakinah Hofler makes the case for writing as a tool to help you process difficult memories and reclaim the power they may hold over you. Pick up a pen or pull up a keyboard and follow along as she walks you through how to unburden your mind and inspire reflection.