Zach Nunn is part of Living Corporate, a multimedia diversity, equity, and inclusion platform that centers and amplifies black and brown professionals in the workplace through narrative storytelling.
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Skill Level Beginner
- This is an audio course. No need to watch, just listen. Welcome to the latest addition to LinkedIn learning podcasts. We've curated some of the best business podcasts and made them even easier to listen to. Each episode is split into sections. Use the links in the contents area to skip to whichever section you like. We're always looking for new ways to help you learn. And we'd appreciate your feedback. Thanks for listening. - The day is just incredible because we have Michael C. Bush. Michael C. Bush is the CEO of Great Place to Work, the global research and analytics firm that produces the annual Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For, list. So, you know when you all, you know, when you see companies and they may have like the little badge. And they'll say, oh we're like number five great place to work. This person that we're speaking to is this CEO of Great Place to Work. Guys, this is a big deal. I'm not trying to over-hype it. I don't think I can over-hype it. I'm just trying to be a proper context to who we have on the show. You know, the a hundred best workplaces for women lists, the best workplace for diversity list, and dozens of whether distinguished workplace or rankings around the world. Since 2015, Michael Bush has expanded the Great Place to Work Global Mission to build a better world by helping organizations create great places to work, not just for the some, but for all, Under his leadership the firm has developed a higher standard of excellence that accounts for fair and equitable treatment of employees across the demographic groups. As well as executive leader effectiveness, innovation, and financial sustainability. His book, A Great Place to Work For All outlines the compelling business and social benefits that come from these efforts. Michael, first of all, how are you doing? - I'm doing great. Thank you and honored to be with you today.