Men really should take more paternity leave. B of A's Cathy Bessant talks about lessons learned, from Equifax and from career setbacks. And Wells Fargo's Diane Schumaker-Krieg reminds us all that one tenet of effective management is rest.
Across asset management, investment banking, capital markets and cards, these finance executives stand out for their performance and for helping to create a path to parity for women in sectors that tend to be even more male-dominated than the banking industry.
From chairing a panel charged with replacing Libor to advising the president and Congress on regulatory reform, JPMorgan Chase's chief regulatory affairs officer has emerged as a leading voice on fine-tuning crisis-era rules.
Diane Schumaker-Krieg has traveled the globe urging stressed Wells Fargo colleagues to carve out time for art, exercise and other rejuvenating activities. She says happiness correlates to career success.
Manager Doblin, Deloitte Consulting’s human-centred design innovation practice
If we really want to be male feminists, then we need to take more paternity leave. Statistically speaking, this correlates with a lot of positives for women in the workforce. So let's go for real impact, instead of simply saying we support women’s empowerment.
Yolande Piazza explains Citi Fintech's unique process for getting customer feedback on new apps. She also talks about overcoming the challenges of innovating inside a large company like Citigroup and winning over those who are resistant to change.