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Resilient Leadership: Renewing Investments in Trust – Risk & Compliance Journal

With many stakeholders questioning their social contract with government and corporate institutions, how can leaders invest in, rebuild, and renew trust in these relationships?

For many business leaders, 2020 has been defined by the global pandemic. Yet our challenges as leaders won’t end with a COVID-19 vaccine. Underlying societal issues that have long simmered below the surface are questions that will likely last long after a COVID-19 inoculation is developed. Individuals are frustrated; many don’t believe they are being heard by their leaders in government or by corporate institutions—or are being treated fairly and equally.

These challenges are occurring against a backdrop of mistrust. According to the spring Edelman Trust Barometer, just 38% of global respondents believe business is doing “well” or “very well” at putting people before profits. Furthermore, only 41% of millennials believe business is making a positive societal impact, according to the Deloitte Global Millennial Survey

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Resilient Leadership: Renewing Investments in Trust – CFO Journal.

With many stakeholders questioning their social contract with government and corporate institutions, how can leaders invest in, rebuild, and renew trust in these relationships?

For many business leaders, 2020 has been defined by the global pandemic. Yet our challenges as leaders won’t end with a COVID-19 vaccine. Underlying societal issues that have long simmered below the surface are raising questions that will likely last long after a COVID-19 inoculation is developed. Individuals are frustrated; many don’t believe they are being heard by their leaders in government or by corporate institutions—or are being treated fairly and equally.

These challenges are occurring against a backdrop of mistrust. According to the spring Edelman Trust Barometer, just 38% of global respondents believe business is doing “well” or “very well” at putting people before profits. Furthermore, only 41% of millennials believe business is making a positive societal impact, according to the Deloitte Global Millennial

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Resilient Leadership: Renewing Investments in Trust – CIO Journal

With many stakeholders questioning their social contract with government and corporate institutions, how can leaders invest in, rebuild, and renew trust in these relationships?

For many business leaders, 2020 has been defined by the global pandemic. Yet our challenges as leaders won’t end with a COVID-19 vaccine. Underlying societal issues that have long simmered below the surface are raising questions that will likely last long after a COVID-19 inoculation is developed. Individuals are frustrated; many don’t believe they are being heard by their leaders in government or by corporate institutions—or are being treated fairly and equally.

These challenges are occurring against a backdrop of mistrust. According to the spring Edelman Trust Barometer, just 38% of global respondents believe business is doing “well” or “very well” at putting people before profits. Furthermore, only 41% of millennials believe business is making a positive societal impact, according to the Deloitte Global Millennial

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Resilient Leadership: Renewing Investments in Trust – CMO Today.

With many stakeholders questioning their social contract with government and corporate institutions, how can leaders invest in, rebuild, and renew trust in these relationships?

For many business leaders, 2020 has been defined by the global pandemic. Yet our challenges as leaders won’t end with a COVID-19 vaccine. Underlying societal issues that have long simmered below the surface are raising questions that will likely last long after a COVID-19 inoculation is developed. Individuals are frustrated; many don’t believe they are being heard by their leaders in government or by corporate institutions—or are being treated fairly and equally.

These challenges are occurring against a backdrop of mistrust. According to the spring Edelman Trust Barometer, just 38% of global respondents believe business is doing “well” or “very well” at putting people before profits. Furthermore, only 41% of millennials believe business is making a positive societal impact, according to the Deloitte Global Millennial

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31 Simple Ways Experts Stay Resilient, Hopeful, And *Happy* During The Toughest Times

Photo credit: D’Ara Nazaryan
Photo credit: D’Ara Nazaryan

From Women’s Health

  • This year’s been a doozy for your mental health, no doubt. Enter: the WH coping manual to help you survive and thrive through any emotional disaster (as well as the small stuff you still sweat)…and crush it every step of the way.

How are you? Seriously, check in with yourself. What was the answer? “Fine”? “Not great, but I don’t want to complain because people have it worse”? “Ready to blast off to space”? It’s no secret that 2020 has felt like an active volcano, in which spewing news cycles are followed by simmering states of despair.

Now for the good: There’s a ton of actions you can take to Keep. Moving. Forward. So fantasize for a minute here. If you want to learn to play tennis, you’d (in an alternate universe) call Serena Williams. Biz advice? You might go to Sheryl Sandberg.

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How Savannah Has Remained Resilient in Trying Times

If COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter have been the dominant stories of 2020 in America so far, then cities have been the main stages on which those dramas have played out. From New York to Los Angeles, Miami to Portland, American cities have confronted the challenges of coronavirus and the passion of BLM with differing results. How have civic leaders fought to save lives while preserving their economies? Why were some cities able to embrace the cause of racial justice while avoiding some of the conflict that still surrounds those protests? To discuss these pressing questions, Worth hosted Savannah Strong: A Story of Resilience, a live online event, on July 21.

In a state where divisions over how to handle the virus are still making headlines, Savannah, Ga., has charted its own distinctive course, shutting down for quarantine in early March and, on July 1, becoming the first city

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