Have you ever felt like you didn’t mesh with your company culture? Whatever the reason for not feeling like you fit in, the experience can cause a lot of anxiety. If you find yourself in this situation, don’t despair. There may be a way to work through the issue versus making an exit.
We all know that consumer shopping patterns have changed over the past two years. The trick is to determine which trends that have emerged will become new behaviors vs. fad away. Consider these three pandemic consumer behavior trends predicted to stick.
During the past two years, most workers have traded their office desks for their dining room tables. While you may not be able to control where we work right now, you can still create a visible presence to corporate leadership. To ensure you’re staying visible to company leaders follow these ideas for demonstrating your engagement, productivity and commitment to your coworkers and company.
As we reflect on this past year, it’s a great time to look back at what topics and conversations resonated with our readers the most. Here’s a look at our TOP FIVE MOST READ RDBA ARTICLES from sharpening your business skills to learning lessons from peers.
As Retail Dietitians we live in both the corporate and clinical world. Although we’re trained in nutrition, our day-to-day work often requires us to nutrition less and market more. In a recent RDBA Retail Mastermind Alliance discussion, the topic of internal company awareness was brought up as an opportunity. The consensus was that most retail RDs need as much help with connecting with those that support their efforts as they do with customers in store. If you’re looking to optimize your internal support, consider these best practices:
TED Talks are seen as the gold standard of all presentations. They stand out from other presentations given their effectiveness in conveying compelling and accurate information in an easy-to-understand, concise format. They rely on the actual presentation and much less on slides.
If you’ve been invited to give a presentation to the C suite, it’s important to focus on delivering a message that is bright and brief. Long-winded speeches and going off topic are not going to cut it in a high-level executive presentation. Today’s leaders are looking for you to be succinct.
What many of us miss the most from attending in-person events, is seeing our friends and colleagues, as well as making new professional acquaintances. These relationships serve to nurture our personal lives and careers and we often gain lifelong friends and career opportunities from these encounters. Now that we are dealing with a virtual world it even more important to take steps to reach across the screen and be seen. Here are some tips that can help you succeed with networking at your next virtual event.