(4 min read) How many times have you attended a meeting or conference only to find the speaker reading from slides, cramming content, and repeating information that anyone with even a year of experience in your industry already knows? You don’t want to be that speaker. The presentation you offer and the overall presence you give off . . .
(3 min read) While it’s very important for everyone to continue with social distancing, there’s also a lot of “medical distancing” going on. In short, people are distancing themselves from doctor visits, checkups, and procedures they actually need, because they’re trying to stay away from medical facilities where they feel their risk of catching COVID-19 might . . .
(4 min read) In the world of COVID-19, your company probably doesn’t have many corporate events scheduled. But if you want to hold those events in a safe and secure way you can make them virtual. That’s an excellent way to get information across and also practice social distancing. It also puts your event speaker in a . . .
Every company wants healthy employees. Unfortunately, a lot of those same employees are stressed out, tired, busy, and struggling. They were dealing with too much on their plates before the pandemic, and now they have even more to focus on. But you can help them succeed at having better physical and mental health. With preventative . . .
If you’re a meeting planner or an event planner who books paid professional speakers, your business revenue probably dropped substantially when COVID-19 began shutting down so much of life. The same is true for professional associations in fields like business, management, human resources, and health care.Fortunately, there are ways to continue your business and keep . . .
Including the Ultimate Well-being Checklist It’s no secret that the Novel Coronavirus, known as COVID-19, is a serious issue for the health and safety of people all over the world. But that also means we’re all in this together. We’re not alone, any of us. Rather than get stressed over the information all over the internet, . . .
The pandemic hasn’t ended yet, but we know things will get better. While we’re waiting for that to happen, there are some things we can do to start getting ready for normal – or at least a version of it – when the quarantines, lockdowns, and stay-at-home orders are lifted. Working toward our goals and dreams . . .
(4 min read) When it comes to customer satisfaction, quality assurance, and market competitiveness, leaders rely on the data. They reference case studies, surveys, and research and compare multiple options before committing and implementing. Yet when it comes to wellness programs, many organizations have either built internally or purchased bandwagon programs designed around trending topics in workplace . . .