What Business Should and Should Not Do During This Pandemic Crisis. Do you get mad seeing ads selling normal stuff these days, as if we’re not in a global health crisis? What should companies, leaders and marketers do in this unprecedented crisis? Should you just post messages of support for first responders and healthcare workers? Do special offers work now?
Listen to this fascinating Green Connections Radio podcast interview with Anne Bahr Thompson, veteran branding expert, former head of a division of megabranding agency Interbrand and author of “Do Good: Brand Citizenship to Fuel Both Purpose and Profit,” to find out.
The only thing certain is uncertainty – in our careers, our businesses, in preparing your community for the impact of climate change, or in our personal lives. So, how do we possibly prepare? Dr. Nardia Haigh suggests using scenario planning, a methodology she described in seven steps to Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson in this enlightening interview, that we can apply to any decisions, as she did in her new book, Scenario Planning for Climate Change. She helps her students at the University of Massachusetts Boston apply it to their career decisions too.
Climate change is expected to increase the frequency and intensity of some natural disasters….. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) strongly recommends that pre-incident planning be documented,” says a brand new report from the EPA. In other words: prepare for the imminent consequences of climate change-related natural disasters and extreme weather events. But how? And, how can your community improve its infrastructure at the same time? Listen to Rawlings Miller, a climate scientist and principal in the WSP advisory firm in this information-packed interview with Joan Michelson on Green Connections Radio podcast.
To start 2019 off strong, here are a bakers’ dozen of the top career tips for women from my ForbesWomen blogs in 2018. These apply to women in every field from government to the arts, and especially science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and other male-dominated fields. See which of these resonate with you: Embrace… Continue reading 10 Best Career Tips For Women Of 2018
“It’s how you think about the money thing” that drives your spending and saving habits. Money. We need it, struggle to manage it and don’t know who to listen to for advice. Everyone seems to be telling us what to do – “On sale, Buy now!” “Save for retirement!” “Low interest rate!” What’s a money-smart person to do? Green Connections Radio went to one of the masters of personal finance to find out: Michelle Singletary, personal finance columnist for the Washington Post and author of several books on the topic.
Year’s end is a great time to review the year’s accomplishments, set the coming year’s goals and plan for achieving them. We can notice what resonated most with our markets and trends on the horizon. Listen to business strategy coach and Facebook marketing whiz Katie Krimitsos suggest ways to grow with Green Connections Radio host… Continue reading Year-End Business Planning – Katie Krimitsos, Biz Women Rock
What’s your career or hiring plan for 2018? Listen to remarkable — and candid — HR guru Rita Trehan on Green Connections Radio in this enlightening and entertaining interview with GCR host Joan Michelson. You’ll want to take notes on how to boost your “career currency” and hire for competitive advantage too. Rita Trehan is… Continue reading Career-HR Planning – Rita Trehan, HR Guru, Former HR head of Honeywell, AES Energy Global