But with more money there might be more opportunity. At some point if you get big enough, you can no longer stay in stealth. And that means you also have to think about building your impact. This may mean new geographies, new products, a focus on brand, etc. … [Read more...] about For a founder mulling outside cash, advice from the world of improv
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“LeBron understands the value of the direct relationships he forms with his fans in social media. This is where his audience lives and where they take action on his behalf,” said Maverick Carter, CEO of LRMR Marketing and Spring Hill Productions, LeBron James’ marketing and production companies. “The LeBrons is a unique platform in that it’s specifically designed to build on the fan relationships online, create innovative and break-through opportunities for our brand partners to expand their partnerships with us and provide a long-term business platform for us to continue to give back to fans and our communities.” … [Read more...] about Believe Entertainment Group Pioneers New Ways To Connect Users To Brands And Talent
Many scholars argue that the best way to counter far-right misuse is to drown it out with positive and accurate representations of Norse myth—the position I took in my recent retelling. But in the wake of the mass shooting in Norway in 2011 by Anders Breivik, who named his guns after weapons of the Norse gods, as well as the 2019 Christchurch mass shooter Brenton Tarrant, with his allusions to Valhalla, and of this latest poster boy of far-right insurrection, we have to think very hard about whether this is the right approach to counter a truly global extremist movement. At the very least, academics—and anyone else with a genuine interest in Norse mythology—need to be far more involved in countering these abuses of our subject on the ground. … [Read more...] about Why far-right groups co-opt Norse symbols
How to react: This has happened more times than I can count! Should your child appear, do not try to ignore them or act like nothing is happening—all parents know that won’t solve anything. Personally, I have had great interviews with parents who have introduced their children during our conversations. It humanizes you, and if the interviewer is a parent themselves, it creates a common bond. Moreover, if the interviewer doesn’t handle this well, it’s a great opportunity for you to gain insight into what your future might look like working for an unsupportive boss (or company). It’s also a great opportunity for you to show how you operate in stressful situations. … [Read more...] about You have a job interview over Zoom. The kids are home. Now what?
Diverse teams start with hiring, so leaders should look at how they are recruiting and valuing new talent, as well as how they’re adjusting job descriptions, focusing less on degrees and more on experience and demonstrated expertise, or adding interview questions around interpersonal skills and management style can help assess how a person will eventually fit into the team. Additionally, when new teams are being built, leaders will benefit to look at all the interpersonal factors. How have these individuals interacted with each other historically? Can I add a particular skill set or management style to the mix to encourage an inclusive team dynamic? Leaders can also take simple actions on existing teams, especially in meetings, to ensure all voices are heard. This might include paying more attention to turn-taking, crediting ideas to the correct people, soliciting the opinions of quieter team members and ensuring meeting structures that are inclusive, like sending agendas ahead … [Read more...] about Why equitable workplaces depend on your team’s makeup (not just outstanding hires)