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12 minutes | Sep 21, 2020
Solving For Broadcasting and Covid-19 with Jason Benetti, Chicago White Sox Play-By-Play Announcer
Telecommuting can be difficult. For an MLB TV announcer, it's a whole new ballgame. Chicago White Sox play-by-play broadcaster Jason Benetti discusses solving for the challenges of covering MLB games in a world of social distancing, interviewed by Connor McKnight. For example, learn how Jason fine-tunes his ability to inject energy into the broadcast from 1000s of miles away by practicing on Playstation's MLB The Show. As with many industries, there are also some upsides to the forced innovation from Covid-19, such as the ability to cover more games due to less required travel and bringing in unique guests to the broadcast booth via video-conference. Learn about it all on www.SolveCast.com, news that solves.
12 minutes | Sep 16, 2020
Solving For Social Distancing and Mental Health With Frank King, Suicide Prevention Speaker
Frank King, suicide prevention speaker, discusses specific steps people can take to care for their mental health during social distancing. Interviewed by Chris Clews Speaker/Author of the book series “What 80s Pop Culture Teaches Us About Today’s Workplace”. Frank King http://www.yourtedxcoach.com Frank King, Suicide Prevention speaker and Trainer was a writer for The Tonight Show for 20 years. Depression and suicide run in his family. He’s thought about killing himself more times than he can count. He’s fought a lifetime battle with Major Depressive Disorder and Chronic Suicidality, turning that long dark journey of the soul into five TEDx Talks and sharing his lifesaving insights on Mental Health Awareness with associations, corporations, and colleges. A Motivational Public Speaker who uses his life lessons to start the conversation giving people permission to give voice to their feelings and experiences surrounding depression and suicide. And doing it by coming out, as it were, and standing in his truth, and doing it with humor. He believes that where there is humor there is hope, where there is laughter there is life, nobody dies laughing. The right person, at the right time, with the right information, can save a life.
8 minutes | Sep 16, 2020
Solving For Litigation and Covid-19 With Mark Silberman, Benesch Law
Keri Roberts interviews Mark Silberman about the key factors that businesses should be thinking about to avoid litigation and disruption during Covid-19 Mark Silberman Partner, Benesch Law Chair, White Collar, Government Investigations, & Regulatory Compliance Vice-Chair, Health Care Experienced trial lawyer, healthcare attorney, and litigator. Practice focuses on helping healthcare professionals and businesses navigate the complex and changing landscape of healthcare with an emphasis on achieving governmental and regulatory compliance. Concentrates on managing internal and external healthcare investigations, False Claims Act cases, white collar criminal defense, all forms of healthcare litigation, and all aspects of the Illinois Certificate of Need program. LinkedIn Profile Interviewed by Keri Roberts Brand & Content Marketing Strategist www.thebrandingconnection.com On potential litigation due to Covid: "Increase communication. If you have a reason for what you are doing and you can articulate why you are doing that, it's going to put you in a better position." On employees and business stakeholders who do not feel comfortable going back into the office: “At the end of the day, your employees will remember how were they made to feel. They will have different disappointments, different frustrations and problems but at the end of the day, did they feel safe did they feel respected, did they feel taken dare of?"" How can businesses handle customers coming in that refuse to follow mask wearing policies? "You need to have a policy. You need to have it published. And you need to have it posted. The sign on the door is good, but it's better to have someone at the door who is not letting people come in so you don’t have the confrontation inside the business instead of outside." What do businesses need to do who received PPP loans to prepare for the aftermath of Covid? "The advice I give to people is document, document, document. The government is at some point going to be coming back and asking for documentation and information to explain what did you do with the money, did you follow the rules, and since the rules are changing, you need to not only be able to explain what you did but also what information was available when you dit it."
9 minutes | Sep 16, 2020
Solving For Retail Real Estate Disruption and Covid-19 With Rick Kleinman Lasalle Investments
Connor McKnight speaks with Rich Kleinman, Head of US Research and Strategy at Lasalle Investments, about disruption in the retail space due to Covid-19. Covid-19 has not only reduced retail revenue, but it has significantly accelerated retail disruption. Retail revenues are down, leaving some tenants unable to meet their obligations. This presents a challenge for landlords as they grapple with the need to balance short term options, long term strategy and the difficult externalities presented by the pandemic. Additionally, tenants have decisions to make: do they pay their rent, renegotiate or perhaps even close their doors? Rich explains the dynamics of the relevant stakeholders, including from the tenant perspective. This is a ubiquitous problem that impacts not only retailers across the globe, but also the communities these retail centers occupy.
35 minutes | Sep 15, 2020
Solving For Communication Strategy and Covid-19 With Erez Yoeli, MIT Sloan School of Management
How can governments and community leaders enhance their communication strategy during crisis like the Covid-19 pandemic? Entities around the globe are challenged to motivate the public to act for the greater good yet few seem to be applying scientific rigor in crafting communications. Erez Yoeli, from MIT Sloan School of Management, is interviewed by Afroze Ali, strategist and author, about three key insights to drive a more effective communication strategy: 1) Communicate the benefit to the community 2) Make the ask unambiguous, categorical ,and concise 3) Generate the impression that others expect compliance This discussion is beneficial for public health departments, community leaders, brands and more. For a more detailed discussion, please visit the full paper here. Erez Yoeli LinkedIN Afroze Ali LinkedIN memsaabs.shop
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