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Editor’s Letter

Editor’s Letter

I'm Asha Atkins and I am excited to share that I will be helping lead The Rosie Report's editorial team, as their first Editor-in-Chief. I started as a contributing writer last fall and my first piece was inspired by the disappointing verdict for the Breonna Taylor case. Writing for Rosie gave me the opportunity to be open, whole, and honest about the experiences that I have as a Black woman working in corporate spaces. That article made me feel validated, heard, and made me want to keep telling more stories. As the Editor-in-Chief I will usher in honest, meaningful and dynamic stories from our community and beyond. Be on the lookout for new content, like a fresh new series on how we're managing mental health at work. The Rosie Report is elevating and I’m grateful to be on this wild ride with her.

Editor's NotezTop Story

Editor’s Letter

I'm Asha Atkins and I am excited to share that I will be helping lead The Rosie Report's editorial team, as their first Editor-in-Chief. I started as a contributing writer last fall and my first piece was inspired by the disappointing verdict for the Breonna Taylor case. Writing for Rosie gave me the opportunity to be open, whole, and honest about the experiences that I have as a Black woman working in corporate spaces. That article made me feel validated, heard, and made me want to keep telling more stories. As the Editor-in-Chief I will usher in honest, meaningful and dynamic stories from our community and beyond. Be on the lookout for new content, like a fresh new series on how we're managing mental health at work. The Rosie Report is elevating and I’m grateful to be on this wild ride with her.

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Author Susan McPherson on why the lost art of connecting is paramount to our times

How does one build meaningful connections in a world ruled by technological devices and social media platforms? It’s been reported time and time again that we are more engaged on our phones than we are with each other. Add a global pandemic that has forced us to live socially distanced and the ability to truly connect feels even more difficult. Thankfully, author, businesswoman, and a serial connector, Susan McPherson, has a remedy to bring back the true art of connecting in her latest book The Lost Art of Connecting: The Gather, Ask, Do Method for Building Meaningful Business Relationships. In this exclusive interview, Susan shares how her book will help readers become more intentional about the connections they’re making so that they are not only meaningful but long-lasting.

ProductivityRising VoiceszCurrentFaves

New year, new goals: four ways to level up your gig search in 2021

Traditional ways of job searching are no longer sufficient in this digital era. What was once as easy as submitting an application, now requires job hunters to follow a post-application process to differentiate oneself from the crowd of fellow job seekers. Here are four ways (and then some) to ensure you’re standing out to recruiters in the most 2021 way.

Rising Voices

Finding community in a growing remote-first world is becoming easier than ever before

Community-building isn’t just for social media marketers, urban development planners, or your neighborhood’s town hall meetings -- they’re for anyone looking outside of their work friendships to support their mental health, career aspirations and personal hobbies. Thanks to the internet and the need for social distancing, everyone from media agency employees to freelancers, from hikers to book readers, are tapping into digital communities to foster growth and connection.

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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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