Forbes: Jill Campbell

03/31/2022

“Today’s leaders need to expand their ability to adapt to change and new ways of working so that they can better support their employees and companies,” says Jill Campbell, president and chief people and operations officer at Cox Enterprises. “Leaders need to be prepared to focus on what’s being done, not where it’s done. Employees are now demanding the work and life balance that comes with a more flexible schedule. The competition for talent is real.”

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