United Benefit Advisors Insight and Analysis Blog

Aligning with the C-Suite Agenda

Posted by: Bill Olson    Jan 28, 2020 7:30:00 AM

If your CEO’s Gmail calendar looks more like a colorful bar graph than a few simple meetings, it can be difficult to capture and retain their attention. Your “C-suite” (CIOs, CEOs, CTOs, CMOs, CFOs, etc.) have a lot of responsibility placed on their shoulders and are likely involved in many key decisions throughout the day. They are often pulled in many directions as managers and directors try to get buy-in for their next program or initiative. In such a fast-paced environment where each minute matters, how can you be efficient and get the latest and greatest programs off the ground? 

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Topics: C-Suite, HR Elements, Organizational Psychology

When the C-Suite Gets Seriously Sick

Posted by: Bill Olson    Nov 24, 2015 12:00:00 PM

Someone in the C-Suite of a company gets sick. I’m not talking about a cold or flu; I’m talking about a major, possibly even terminal, illness. Depending on the level of severity, what can the human resources department do to help communicate this information properly to the company’s employees?

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Topics: executive illness, critical illness, C-Suite, succession planning