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Beth A. Brooke

Beth A. Brooke

Beth A. Brooke is Global Vice Chair of Public Policy, Sustainability and Stakeholder Engagement at Ernst & Young and is a member of the firm’s Global Management Group and a member of its Americas Executive Board.

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The diversity we need

The advantages of selecting a leader with non-traditional qualifications are the fresh perspectives they bring to familiar problems.

By Beth A. Brooke | May 10, 2010; 03:13 PM ET | Comments (0)

Well-managed chaos

If cost cutting wrapped up the last decade, this decade should be launched by innovation, stimulated by the friction of diversity.

By Beth A. Brooke | January 5, 2010; 05:59 AM ET | Comments (1)

Arrogance defined

Stiff arming the public that has respected him, admired him, and granted him his celebrity status reveals something about his character.

By Beth A. Brooke | December 7, 2009; 01:27 PM ET | Comments (0)

Public gestures, private committments?

Certainly the symbolic gestures of leadership are important, but if a leader's public signals and private actions conflict -- game over.

By Beth A. Brooke | November 23, 2009; 03:07 PM ET | Comments (0)

When nobody is looking

Everyone today who appears to be a role model or a hero ends up disappointing us. With Capt. Sully, the more we learned, the more we admired.

By Beth A. Brooke | October 19, 2009; 03:53 PM ET | Comments (0)

Relentless Communication

Once the decision has been made to execute an about face, any leader needs to communicate, communicate, communicate.

By Beth A. Brooke | September 22, 2009; 06:28 AM ET | Comments (2)

Reversing 'Group Think'

The high-risk, high-reward pay structures of Wall Street over time drive diversity out of a workforce, leading to dangerous group think.

By Beth A. Brooke | September 14, 2009; 12:34 PM ET | Comments (3)

Waiting for Choppy Water

Values guide organizations -- and administrations -- so you can't wait for choppy waters to get serious about living those values.

By Beth A. Brooke | September 8, 2009; 12:36 PM ET | Comments (2)

Transformational Women

Many of the new "giants" in our midst -- Hillary Clinton, Indra Nooyi, Ellen Sirleaf Johnson -- are women, operating effectively with their inclusive style of leadership.

By Beth A. Brooke | September 1, 2009; 11:49 AM ET | Comments (1)

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