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The coronavirus pandemic has had an enormous impact on the global economy. Nearly every industry is coping with decimated workforces, decreased sales and projects on hold, but now things are beginning to look up and companies are looking to develop strategies for rebooting their businesses. But when and how should you do it? By taking proactive steps, you can put your business in a better position to recover more quickly once the crisis is past.
Is a "new normal" emerging that will permanently alter the way the world's leading businesses and industry groups plan and execute conferences, conventions, and face-to-face regional, national, and international gatherings?
What will the remote working landscape look like in a year or two as the virus fades in the rear-view mirror? A safe bet, in peering into the American workplace in 2021, is that a much higher percentage of knowledge-based workers' time will be spent working remotely. They will be delivering higher quality results, with no negative impact on company culture or team cohesion.
It’s a new year, which means it’s a good time as any to figure out ways to energize your workers for the year ahead. Here’s a list of things you can do in order to help your employees thrive in 2020.
To learn how to keep our passion and enthusiasm for work, we recently sat down with Mark Lindquist, a motivational speaker, actor and entertainer who is a keynote speaker at the 2019 MRINetwork United Convention in Orlando, FL. As a preview to his discussion on Reigniting Your Passion, Mark provided the following insights.