Below are some of the topics that IPG Chairman and CEO Michael Roth discussed during his Jack Myers Leadership Conversation.
Michael Roth, who has been Chairman and CEO of Interpublic (IPG) since 2005, recently told his firm in an internal memo that people want "actions, not statements of support" regarding racial inequality. For Roth, those actions start with accountability; IPG is the only advertising agency holding company to disclose its Equal Opportunity Employment Commission (EEOC) data showing the racial composition of its workforce.
All Jack Myers Leadership Conversation are available on-demand here. Roth discussed other actions both he and IPG are taking to improve diversity, increase staff retention, and build on successes they've had with both the data and creative sides of the business.
Topics that Myers will ask include:
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