29 min

Helping Women Build Families Is a Smart Economic Move Leadership Next

    • Management

Thanks to COVID-19, corporate America has been forced to reimagine how, where and when works gets done. And the former CEO of PepsiCo, Indra Nooyi, is pushing companies to inject "more humanity" into these future of work conversations. For her that means including discussions on how to support families, enabling everyone to fully participate in the workforce. As she tells Alan Murray and Ellen McGirt, this is not a "feminist issue," it's an economic one.
Drawing on her new book, "My Life In Full," Nooyi lays out some specific steps she believes companies should take to better support working women. The Leadership Next conversation also touches on Nooyi's moves as PepsiCo CEO to make healthier products and boost sustainability efforts.

Thanks to COVID-19, corporate America has been forced to reimagine how, where and when works gets done. And the former CEO of PepsiCo, Indra Nooyi, is pushing companies to inject "more humanity" into these future of work conversations. For her that means including discussions on how to support families, enabling everyone to fully participate in the workforce. As she tells Alan Murray and Ellen McGirt, this is not a "feminist issue," it's an economic one.
Drawing on her new book, "My Life In Full," Nooyi lays out some specific steps she believes companies should take to better support working women. The Leadership Next conversation also touches on Nooyi's moves as PepsiCo CEO to make healthier products and boost sustainability efforts.

29 min