Leadership Next

Something big is happening in the world of business. CEOs increasingly say their jobs have become less about giving orders, more about inspiring, motivating, setting a north star. They are taking the lead on big issues like climate change, worker retraining, and diversity and inclusion. They are under pressure from employees, customers and investors not just to turn a profit, but to prove they are doing good in the world. And in the process, they are fundamentally redefining the relationship between business and society. Join Fortune CEO Alan Murray and Editor-at-Large Michal Lev-Ram as they probe the best of these leaders for insight into what they're doing, why they're doing it, and what impact it is having.

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Ken Frazier on Why CEOs Must Have Principles
Frazier says stepping down from former President Trump's advisory council and standing up for voting rights were based in principle- not politics.
37 min
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L'Oréal CEO Nicolas Hieronimus on How a 114 Yea...
Hieronimus talks beauty tech, TikTok and more.
30 min
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Lessons in Leadership from Fortune's 2023 Most ...
Senator Laphonza Butler, Netflix's Bela Bajaria and Ariel Investment co-CEO Mellody Hobson on the opportunities and challenges of their respective industries.
34 min
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Janet Yellen on the Current State of the Econom...
Two conversations from last week's Fortune CEOi conference in Washington D.C.
32 min
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Starbucks' Laxman Narasimhan Wants to Serve Con...
The new CEO of the global coffee giant on becoming a certified barista, why Starbucks cafes are primed for human connection, and the opportunities for Starbucks in China.
27 min
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Julia Hartz of Eventbrite on Bouncing Back
Eventbrite CEO Julia Hartz on how both Eventbrite and live events rebounded from pandemic era losses, how Eventbrite is democratizing access to live events, and why women are uniquely suited to lead a company through crisis.
35 min
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Paula Kerger on Moving PBS Into the Future
PBS CEO Paula Kerger details the digital transformation of PBS, the continuing importance of public access media, and the power of PBS Kids.
32 min
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Design for the Rapidly Changing World of Work
Co-CEOs of the world's largest architecture firm - Gensler - say rows of desks are out, and workspaces that feel more like hotel lobbies are in.
34 min
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Supply Chain "Superstar" Dave Clark on Transfor...
The Flexport CEO on what elements of Amazon's culture he brought with him to his new job, building out an end to end supply chain, and why we should all order our holiday gifts early this year.
31 min
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Comparing the Crypto Crash of 2022 to the Dot-C...
Circle's Jeremy Allaire on why he thinks crypto will be as ubiquitous as the internet, the advantages of stablecoins and why the U.S. should lead crytpo's regulation.
31 min
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People Are Dreading Work; This Billion-Dollar M...
Headspace CEO Russ Glass on what business is currently getting wrong about mental health and how leaders can better support their employees.
30 min
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Roam Is Trying to Revolutionize Remote Work
CEO Howard Lerman on how Roam's "Cloud HQ" will help you have shorter meetings and stay connected in a hybrid reality.
26 min
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The Business Opportunity in Women's Sports
With the FIFA Women's World Cup underway, meet an investor who is going all-in on women's sports.
32 min
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A.I., Green Tech & Protecting Your Privacy
Insights and trends from Fortune's 2023 Brainstorm Tech Conference.
33 min
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Mattel Is Betting Big on Barbie
Mattel CEO Ynon Kreiz on turning around the legendary toy maker and investing in I.P.
28 min
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How Should CEOs Respond When Pride Celebrations...
GLAAD CEO Sarah Kate Ellis offers advice.
35 min
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Dave Calhoun Became Boeing CEO at the Company's...
Referred to as "the toughest job in America," Calhoun reflects on leading Boeing through twin crises.
30 min
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DaVita Is Treating One of America's Leading Dis...
CEO Javier Rodriguez on transforming into a holistic kidney care company and moving to value based care.
30 min
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Ed Bastian of Delta Air Lines Is No Stranger to...
On leading a major airline through 9/11, a bankruptcy, a pandemic and political pushback.
36 min
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GSK's Emma Walmsley Rejects the Notion of 'CEOs...
"Leadership is about helping others ... to do more together than we can ever do individually."
28 min
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Reid Hoffman Co-Wrote a Book with A.I.
The LinkedIn cofounder and A.I. investor on the opportunities and limitations of A.I. "co-pilots".
32 min
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Target CEO's Unpopular Decision Pays Off
CEO Brian Cornell took a big risk six years ago, investing $7 billion to rehab Target stores in the age of Amazon - and he doesn't regret it.
34 min
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What Private Investment Can (and can't) Do For ...
Celebrating Childcare Appreciation Day with Fortune's Where's My Village?
41 min
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Marriott's CEO on Post-Pandemic Travel Trends
Tony Capuano on the company's expansion into luxury, "bleisure" travel and the success of Marriott's in-house booking app.
34 min
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A.I. and Other Trends Reshaping Health Care
Hear from Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy, Olympic athlete Apolo Ohno and other leaders who attended Fortune's Brainstorm Health conference.
28 min