Corporate Strategist, Trainer & Culture Fixer. Helps companies create a healthy culture with a better bottom line at Mixonian Institute.
As if dealing with a pandemic wasn’t enough. Worldwide, conversations with my clients have revealed there also lurks an emotional health crisis, a jobs crisis, a consumer behavior crisis, a data analytics crisis and a purchasing power crisis.
Yet, we know that a crisis brings both danger and opportunity. Our opportunity is mixed in with the myriad of changes in the way we live, educate our children and work.
Being visible in your organization still matters. It’s just the way you go about it that looks different.
Being future-ready means knowing how to improve skills like communication and relationship-building. It means selling ideas, practicing empathy and giving constructive feedback, all while working remotely.
Here are three practical ways you can increase your visibility in your organization, even now.
One of Pittsburgh’s best chefs, Justin Severino (of Cure, Morcilla and Salty Pork Bits) wants to teach you how to cook one of his great dishes. At the same time, he wants to raise money for kids who deserve a break.
Severino will supply the food — which you can buy as a meal kit — and then he’ll take you through how to cook and present the meal via video.
That’s the creative idea behind Quarantine Kitchen, a fundraiser on Saturday, September 26 benefiting Make-A-Wish Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
The innovative fundraiser will support the foundation’s mission to fulfill wishes for kids with critical illnesses.
“I was really happy they called me,” says Severino, who notes that all involved in his restaurants miss pre-pandemic times. “To not be able to experience the most basic joy that we get to experience in the restaurant — which is feeding people