When the first significant wave of concern about COVID-19 invaded the United States, most people hoped they would go home for a couple of weeks, wait it out like a blizzard, and then spring back to work in a business-as-usual format.
Before the pandemic, “pivoting” was a word more frequently affiliated with a nimble professional athlete, not an ordinary business. Repositioning has become a necessity and is good practice to continue monitoring when the pandemic is no longer the focus of the world.
Though we can make a new start any day of the week, there is something especially appealing about starting fresh at the beginning of the year. If you haven’t done so yet, now would be a great time to sit in silence, reflect on last year and create your new business bucket list.
Over the past decade, diversity campaigns have become an integral part of major corporations’ marketing and public relations strategies. Often times, these diversity strategies come across as nothing more than a monthly checklist in the minds of consumers.