Mimi shares three advantages we have today – including Super Heroes in lab coats – that assure us of a much higher likelihood of surviving COVID-19, compared to Americans struck by the Spanish Flu in 1918.
Many anxious Californians want to know what’s it gonna take to reopen – besides more tests! Mimi highlights CA.gov’s “Resilience Roadmap” – plus the latest from Elon Musk, on behalf of his 14,000 workers.
Mimi shares five COVID-19 "silver linings" she's discovered while "sheltering at home" - which she hopes extend into the post-COVID "new normal." What consolations have you found during these painful months?
Mimi Grant of ABL Organization shares “Best Practices for Telecommuting for High Productivity WFH,” from ABL/Tech Members Adam Miller, CEO of Cornerstone (check out cares.csod.com); Dave Berkus, investor in 200+ SoCal tech companies; and Chris Dyer, CEO of PeopleG2.
Mimi pulls back the curtain on the recently developed genomics, telemedicine, drones, apps, sensors, and “lab-on-a-chip” technology deployed to diagnose, treat, and supply the millions locked-down in China, to halt the spread of COVID-19.
“Quick bite” movies, tailored for your phone and your video appetite, are coming soon. Plus news you can use: Meg Whitman’s “4-point checklist for a successful venture” – and why Quibi checks off all four!
Building on a strong foundation, ABL Organization President Mimi Grant gives examples of how four of the "7 Pillars of Company Culture" - positivity, uniqueness, listening, and mistakes - help improve a company's productivity, performance, and profit.
A company's "culture" has always been important. But never more so than now: with a tight job market teamed with a generational shift, employees are increasingly looking for far more than just a paycheck. In this short Vlog, ABL Organization President Mimi Grant talks about The Power of Company Culture, particularly when expressed in meaningful and relevant Values, Mission, and Vision Statements - and Taglines.
North Carolina's Treasurer intended his "Clear Pricing Plan" would save the State, its teachers and employees 10% on their health insurance premiums. Here's the saga of how the State's providers responded to his nearly 200% of "Medicare for All" rates.
Given Americans' concern about unexpected medical bills and a recent ABC News poll indicating "Medicare for All" candidates Kamala Harris and Bernie Sanders winning if pitted against President Trump, the healthcare industry's embrace of "Transparency" may be the most effective way to retain "the status quo."