The Scoop: 6.15.21

With all the ongoing digital updates, we almost forgot about VR! 😎 Back in the news because of Facebook and BigBox, VR is being put to good use by helping researchers combat COVID-19. These new VR technologies are gaining more interest from pharmaceutical companies, which have long been interested in leveraging digital experiences to further …

Creating the Perfect Fit: A Practical Approach to Aligning Internal and External Communications

Ensuring your organization knows what to communicate next as part of a clear, holistic story What is the “Perfect Fit?” The “Perfect Fit” is what an organization needs to be communicating at a specific moment for its story to unfold properly. Communicators are often blessed (or plagued) with multiple choices to communicate to the world …

The Scoop: 6.8.21

We’re heading into summer with ~51% of the U.S. population having received at least one COVID-19 vaccine shot and ~206 countries having administered more than 1 billion doses of the vaccine. Uber and Lyft continue to support free rides for those needing the shot, and we are watching the world try and cancel (#cancelculture) the …

CEO Transitions in an Age of Disruption: The First 100 Days…and Beyond

In 2019, executive consultants Challenger, Gray & Christmas recorded 1,640 CEO exits in the U.S. alone. Leadership change can create momentum: positive or negative, internally and externally.  Depending on where a company is starting from, the move can be perceived as the driving force for continued, positive momentum, a new direction, or a continuation of …

Celebrating Our Healthcare Heroes: Sandra Lindsay, Director of Patient Care – Critical Care, Long Island Jewish Medical Center/Northwell Health

It is an honor to have Sandra Lindsay, a critical care nurse, and the first person in the US to receive the COVID-19 vaccine join our show. As a healthcare hero, she opens up about her frontline experience and the importance of vaccinations, plus she discusses her appreciation of Bob Marley. Take a listen below. …