THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 28, 2021

Business leaders should now realize that June was like a breach in the dam: they will have be quick, wildly imaginative, and malleable to deal with the flood of chaotic and conflicting post-pandemic desires and  expectations. Ironically, many of the same political leaders who voted for Juneteenth, which celebrates emancipation of a group of people, are…

THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 14, 2021

Flag day should have taken on more significance than usual this year for Americans when there have been so many recent affronts to the democracy and equality for which it stands. ​​Private businesses will need to continue to exert leadership on resolving economic, social, technological, and other issues when government is failing to act. As…

THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 7, 2021

​The workshops –Sustainability 101 and Mindful Motivation– provided by WBC Associates and Advisors last week gave us a lot to think about regarding our health and welfare this week! ​Sustainability is not just about LEED ​The workshops–Sustainability 101 and Mindful Motivation– provided by WBC Associates and Advisors last week gave us a lot to think…

THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 31

​Happy June! I am forgoing my thoughts to share my excitement about the upcoming Sustainability 101 for C-Suite Executives event on Thursday. Whether you think you know everything about sustainability or think sustainability is irrelevant to your life and career, you will be surprised what you will learn! Regiser ASAP as this is a live…

THOUGHTS FOR WEEK OF MAY 24, 2021

Sports leaders are playing an important, and unexpected, role in rousing Americans from the 14-month malaise and isolation of the pandemic by raising fan morale and enthusiasm via the NBA playoffs.  Asian-American heritage month draws to a close with, not so much as a celebration of cultural achievements, but with an increased awareness among American…

THOUGHTS FOR WEEK OF MAY 17, 2021

Whether it is masks/no masks, office/work-from-home, or even finding employees, US business leaders have never faced a more challenging management decision environment. Carefully planning this short-term strategy will be invaluable to long-term survival. Religious leaders must step up to help families regroup after a year of lingering illness, guilt, burials without proper goodbyes, domestic violence,…

FRIDAY HIGHLIGHT

​Our Friday Highlight today features our upcoming virtual webinar-Getting Back to Business. You may be getting back to work, but not to normal, especially if you are a small business owner or sole proprietor. Getting Back to Business– is an overview of various business services that you may have thought about looking into, but didn’t. We will feature…

Coping with the New Normal

You may be getting back to work, but not to normal. Especially if you are a small business owner or sole proprietor, you face numerous financial, legal and health challenges. PPP, stimulus checks, tax refunds are helpful, but temporary, solutions for you, your family, and your business.The World’s Best Connectors (www.thewbcs.com) is hosting a series…

THOUGHTS FOR WEEK OF MAY 10, 2021

The most demoralizing insult to women leaders is to be treated as if they do not know, understand, or remember basic business principles. Business leaders have to be careful to not get too chummy with vendors, as there may be a reluctance on the leader’s part to provide needed criticism or the vendors may lose…