Author: John Ryan 

Joe Biden has pledged to create 10 million new jobs in the clean economy.

The president-elect has also outlined an ambitious goal of spending $2 trillion on clean energy and sustainable infrastructure, while achieving net zero carbon emissions in the power sector by 2035.

Author: Chris Swan 

How can your business bolster productivity in these extraordinary times?  

I recently had the unique opportunity to explore this critical question with top C-suite leaders as part of an executive leadership conference hosted by the Environmental Financial Consulting Group (EFCG).

Author: Chris Swan 

Remote work has proven to work well across the world. Now, how can you fully maximize the opportunities of the virtual economy?

The following article explores practical ways your business can optimize virtualization:

Looking for the Bright Side in 2020

Author: John Ryan

This is a very dark, tragic, devastating time for many of us, and I think there’s a disease in American life where we’re all like: ‘look on the bright side.’ I mean, screw that. Like this is a terrible time, and we have to make a bright side happen ourselves by putting our blood, sweat and tears into it and fighting for a better vision now.”Andrew Yang

Author: Bridget Papanicholas

Did you know that until very recently, it was legal in more than half of our 50 states to fire employees for being gay, bisexual, or transgender?

A landmark change occurred in June when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to protect gay and transgender employees from workplace discrimination.

4 Ways We Might Draw Momentum From The Current Crisis

Author: Chris Swan and John Ryan

How well are American businesses navigating the tidal wave of Covid-19?

We surveyed nearly 100 companies in 10 diverse sectors to assess the response of American companies to the sea of changes triggered by the pandemic. The results are fascinating. Read on to find out the key findings and learn what your company can do to conquer the crisis and emerge stronger than before.

4 Ways We Might Draw Momentum From The Current Crisis

Author: John Ryan

Without a doubt, 2020 has been a year for the history books. Between the Covid-19 pandemic and the resultant recession, the murder of George Floyd and the subsequent protests, 2020 has shaken us out of our comfort zones, demanding that we wake up, pay attention, evolve.

Tomorrow Will Be Different; Are You Ready For What Comes Next?

A new survey of American executives indicates 50% of employees will continue to work from home after the lockdown and businesses will shift their priorities to focus on being more agile and prepared for change.  

 

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