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Business has often been soulless and deprived of humanity — this is not sustainable. Informed by his long career in strategy and creative, Head of Strategy, at C-90, Theo Erasmus presents his vision for a beautiful alternative: when people are empowered to bring their whole self and soul to work, the work and culture become that much better.

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Business can be beautiful: develop your culture to regain the lost humanity of corporate life

Business has often been soulless and deprived of humanity — this is not sustainable. Informed by his long career in strategy and creative, Head of Strategy, at C-90, Theo Erasmus presents his vision for a beautiful alternative: when people are empowered to bring their whole self and soul to work, the work and culture become that much better.

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How to embrace the superpowers of your neurodiverse employees

Neurodiverse people see the world through a different lens and can approach problems and tasks in novel ways. Organizations that are able to tap into their current employees with neurodiversities (as well as attract and retain neurodiverse talent) by creating an inclusive and equitable environment can reap incredible benefits. Through sharing her story of a late-in-life ADHD diagnosis, Marketing Strategist Kelly Dyer, provides suggestions for managers and organizations alike on how they can recognize, accommodate, and nurture neurodiverse talent.

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The Forgiving Consumer: A Map for Crisis Management for New Brands

Whether it's an ill-thought-out creative concept, a botched product release, or a damaging customer interaction, crises big and small can have lasting impacts on brand perception. The management of a successful brand must be rooted in a firm crisis management strategy. This article gives insight into what goes into a good crisis management response, and points out stats on how forgiving consumers can be even in light of cancel culture.

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We caught up with Hint Water founder, Kara Goldin, on beating the odds and the doubters

Welcome to Rosie-Side Chats where we host conversations with trailblazers who inspire us daily. Our first guest is none other than the phenomenal Kara Goldin, Founder & CEO of Hint, Inc. and author of “Undaunted: Overcoming Doubts & Doubters“. We Are Rosie‘s founder, Stephanie Nadi Olson, sits down with Kara for a mind-blowing conversation about why curiosity is a superpower, stepping into accidental entrepreneurship, and the magic of welcoming doubters.

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A Letter to the C-Suite: it’s time to bridge the commonality divide with strategic networking
A Letter to the C-Suite: it’s time to bridge the commonality divide with strategic networking

A Letter to the C-Suite: it’s time to bridge the commonality divide with strategic networking

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion have arguably become buzzwords that constantly ring in the ears of many in the corporate world—especially senior leadership. The ringing has become louder since the civil unrest, which helped shape 2020 as an indelible year. In this letter to the C-Suite, Samantha Wilson Jones provides executives a variety of strategic networking options that will help them effectively bridge the commonality divide within their organizations.

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Flexible work is here to stay – here’s a list of solutions for leaders to make it work
Flexible work is here to stay – here’s a list of solutions for leaders to make it work

Flexible work is here to stay – here’s a list of solutions for leaders to make it work

The future of work is flexible work and the future is now. This past year has proven that remote work is not only possible to manage but also yields great results. Rigid work schedules have made it challenging for people, especially mothers, to care for their families and be their best at the office. This piece dives right into the various reasons why flexible work is necessary and ways companies can make it work.

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Transforming a layoff into a career pivot — 7 questions to ask yourself
Transforming a layoff into a career pivot — 7 questions to ask yourself

Transforming a layoff into a career pivot — 7 questions to ask yourself

Sometimes getting laid off isn’t totally unforeseen. But what does come as a shocker, are the plans disrupted by a global pandemic. Marketer Norman Ellis gathers 7 questions everyone should ask themselves if they plan on switching careers.

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Season 2 | Episode 10: The future of work in marketing with Jessie Kernan

Season 2 | Episode 10: The future of work in marketing with Jessie Kernan

Frida Polli, CEO and co-founder of Pymetrics, passes the mic in our final episode of the season to We Are Rosie’s own Jessie Kernan, Head of Strategy and Insights as well as Executive Consultant for Outside Wave, a marketing & business consultancy for progressive and purpose-driven brands and agencies. The two discuss the future of work in marketing and what has changed about the landscape in 2020.

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