CEO Activism Will Likely Continue In New Biden Era
Read the Forbes article quoting Leadership Now CEO Daniella Ballou-Aares!
"The recent surge of activism by CEOs — which was prompted by the words and actions of President Donald Trump — is not likely to stop when President-elect Joe Biden moves into the White House on January 20.
The headline-making advocacy of Nike, Patagonia, Walmart, and others has set the stage for a new generation of activist corporate leaders who regard speaking up not just a civic duty but as an important part of their company’s brand and a competitive advantage in a crowded and challenging marketplace..."
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