As the world beings to normalize after the global pandemic COVID-19, businesses will be looking for ways to be more efficient and pro-active, to make up for the losses they've suffered during the crisis.
Veterans are quick on their feet and ready to adapt to any situation you throw their way. Part of being in the military means they could go into a location ready to fight but end up doing humanitarian aid, such as building a temporary hospital.
Public relations professionals are responsible for staying plugged in to the culture and creating relevant messages that authentically engage a brand’s audience.
In the midst of the coronavirus crisis, now could be the best time to reassess or create your career plan so that you’re ready when the jobs come back. Look at your value to an employer, assess your accomplishments, and consider what you can do to transform your job.
By adopting diversity initiatives as part of our corporate cultures, we can begin to bend destructive tribalism into a positive force by opening our employees’ eyes and minds to the amazing value each of us brings to a common purpose. This isn’t merely “tolerance”; this is about truly embracing and respecting each other’s differences because it makes us all better for doing so.