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Welcome! You’re invited to explore and learn from Steve White’s events, media placements, and podcasts where he reflects on his leadership approach.
Rather than giving into circumstances or setbacks, my mentors taught me to look at every challenge as an opportunity to improve myself and build the career I wanted. It wasn’t always easy, but it was always worth it.
Middle managers can help you stem the resignation tide if you focus on these strategies, according to Comcast Cable’s Steve White.
Meeting personal and professional goals while the workplace shifts calls for an uncompromising focus. Steve White explains how to get there.
Steven A. White was the oldest of those four sons. “It was the perfect case for me to be a victim,” he told Advisors Magazine in a recent interview, “but certainly my mother had a clearly different vision for her four little boys.” Today, White serves as president and special counsel at Comcast.
As president and special counsel to the CEO of Comcast on diversity, equity, and inclusion, Steve White takes these hot-button issues seriously. And he thinks many employers are missing the mark, especially when it comes to the Great Resignation, which he calls the Great Reset.
Steve A. White, President, Special Counsel to the CEO of Comcast, is considered one of the cable TV industry’s most dynamic leaders. The oldest of three sons, he rose from humble beginnings in Indianapolis helping his single mother clean rooms at a local Quality Inn to eventually becoming a corporate leader and board member of some of the nation’s largest companies.
Read his feature in Black Enterprise.
Do you let circumstances define who you are, or do you take charge of your life no matter how challenging it is? Steve helps you answer this question in his riveting interview with Lifehack.org. Interview conducted by Leon Ho, founder and CEO of Lifehack.org.
Steve White, Special Counsel to the CEO of Comcast, joins Business Brief to discuss how companies can improve workplace culture, especially in the (hopefully) post-pandemic era.
An interview with Fotis Georgiadis.