Resilience of Health & Health Equity

One of the biggest takeaways from a year of isolation, disruption, tragedy and distraction is just how well we fared through it all. To say that people have been resilient is an understatement. Recent events in Minneapolis and other parts of our nation have underscored the importance of accountability, while emphasizing how central health and well-being …

Being a Change Driver: La Tonya Davis, Founder, Chief Hope Dealer & Podcast Host of The Breast Talk Ever

Host of The Breast Talk Ever podcast, Breast Cancer survivor, and committed change driver, La Tonya Davis joins this week’s show to share her truly inspiring story. Take a listen below. Don’t miss an episode of What2Know, subscribe to our podcast on iTunes, Stitcher or Spotify! If you’re interested in learning about W2O, check out our About and Healthcare page.

The Bifurcation of Employee Communications

How internal communications is being divided into macro and micro dimensions and how to build a bridge for greater impact  Over the past year, employee confidence and empathy has risen to the top of leadership priorities, resulting in a more strategic, sophisticated approach to internal communications – with more consistent and clear information, more timely …

The Scoop: 5.4.21

“What is ‘the new normal’” is a question we’re all figuring out together. So, we decided to turn last week’s look at post-pandemic marketing into a series we’ll update each time something notable hits the news cycle. See below for this week’s topic: health and fitness. On that note, one online publisher is building out …

Solving Complex Problems in Cancer Care: Dr. Omolola Salako, Oncologist & Founder of Oncopadi

Dr. Omolola Salako, 5th Annual Grand Prize winner of the Astellas Oncology C3 Prize, joins the podcast to discuss her experience as an oncologist turned innovator and founder of a digital health tech startup. Learn about how she is working to empower patients in her home country of Nigeria. Take a listen below. Don’t miss …