Jackie Faulkner, Nick Kindler, Marc Saltzman & Jorah Kai
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Co-Founder / President, Thrive State Inc.
EXECUTIVE SPEAKER COACH/SPEAKER/PARTNER
TECHNOLOGY EVANGELIST, TV/RADIO PERSONALITY, & AUTHOR
CTV COVID-19 Correspondent, Chongqing, China
Pumped Up! 4 Simple Ways to Fuel Your Work Culture Remotely | Jackie Faulkner
A strong workplace culture has been proven to increase productivity, employee engagement, and the overall profitability of a company. How then, in these unprecedented times, do we foster and maintain a positive workplace culture when most of us are feeling stressed and the workforce is connected remotely?
In this 10-minute presentation, you will learn 4 practical ways to build and maintain your workplace culture from the comfort of your home. Whether you’re an employee or business owner, it has never been more important to take steps to actively contribute to the vitality of your organization. Join Thrive State’s co-founder, Jackie Faulkner, for this session and get “pumped up”!
Behind the (Web)Cam: Helping Leaders Run Better Online Meetings | Nick Kindler
Microphones don't work. Links are old or wrong. People are late. And when they do show up they are off screen or their screen is blank. To say we are going through a lot right now is an understatement. At Kindler and Company, we are focused on helping leaders become better communicators. In my session I will offer some foundational insights on how to present and run more effective online presentations and meetings.
Top 10 Tips To Mastering Social Media for Business | Marc Saltzman
While most of us embrace social media for personal use, it’s critical your business leverages these platforms – regardless of the industry you’re in. Places like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn can enable small and medium-sized businesses to compete on an even playing field with their biggest competitors. Learn why it’s critical today’s businesses need to be on social media, and 10 ways to succeed.
The Invisible War | Jorah Kai
On the first day of the year of the metal rat, the beginning of a novel 60-year cycle, everything changed. Wuhan, a city the size of New York or London, was locked down in a failed attempt to control the spread of a deadly virus. The quarantine grew, but the virus, full of creeping, cosmic horror escaped and spread across the world. It used us as carriers for an invisible alien attack.
This is the story of the first 60 days of COVID-19, as I learned, day by day, what it was and what it could do. I tried to warn you it was coming, and some prepared, but many did not. This is the story of how Chongqing stood tall when other cities fell.
This is not how the story ends, but this is how it began.