Guest Post by Jay Purohit In the short time since the outbreak of COVID-19, the world has been overwhelmed and left reeling courtesy of its ramifications. Businesses have never been more vulnerable, and in the ensuing aftermath of the epidemic,
Do I need a business coach? It was a question I asked myself many times after becoming a solopreneur in early 2019. At first it seemed unnecessary; after all, I had worked in Corporate America for more than 20 years
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected virtually every business in the world. Crisis plans and business continuity plans were ripped up by the end of March as companies struggled with keeping their employees on the payroll and their businesses from failing.
Toilet paper. Paper towels. Clorox wipes. Hand sanitizer. Masks. These are all items that have been in short supply at one time or another since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Now that we’re past the initial stages of fear and fighting
We are in unprecedented times. Even the best crisis and business continuity plans are likely being tested right now. Some businesses, like my chosen career path of public speaking, have ground to a complete halt. But this is not the
Shep Hyken is the Chief Amazement Officer of Shepard Presentations and a customer service and customer experience expert. He is a National Speakers Association Hall of Fame speaker and a New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-selling