All around the world, impact networks are being cultivated to address complex issues in healthcare, education, science, technology, the environment, economic justice, the arts, human rights, and more. They mark the next evolution in the way humans are organising to create meaningful change.
Competent boards can no longer afford to put ESG—environment, social, and corporate governance—issues on the back burner. Companies need to learn from the mistakes of others and should ignore these at their own peril.
"Busting the following myths:
MYTH 1: Creativity is about artistic expression, and it is not a differentiator in moving business, politics, science, and society forward in a meaningful way
MYTH 2: Creativity cannot be taught: you either have it or you do not
MYTH 3: When a business loses its creative edge, the only way to fix it is to buy it
MYTH 4: Creativity is a solitary, heroic, and random act of individual genius. It cannot be managed because you never know where ideas come from, when inspiration will strike, who needs to be involved, and how to make it happen
MYTH 5: Creativity is not a competency that can be managed in an organization to evaluate performance and talent"
Even when you cannot be seen, your body language is crucial to how your voice sounds, and when your camera is turned off on a Zoom call, it is even more important. To fully engage the people you speak with, they need to see and hear the relevant emotions in your voice.
Keeping the customers happy and satisfied is critical to the survival of business in today’s ‘customer’s era’. Having a robust customer management system can help companies acquire new customers, retain the existing ones, and also convert potential customers to customers/consumers.