Nadia recently spoke at a luncheon for the Buckhead Business Association, covered in this article in the Marietta Daily Journal.
“Mother Nadia Bilchik and daughter Julia Kesler, are as colorful, outspoken and accomplished, and as different as they are alike.”
Read the full article at the Atlanta Jewish Times.
At this point, it had become widely accepted that companies committed to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion benefit from a “diversity dividend” for a whole range of reasons, including gaining access to diverse markets and tap into different and often innovative perspectives.
So, how does that relate to your career? The answer is if you can harness your networking skills to connect and engage with people of all ages, cultures, backgrounds,
So how would you rate yours? Here are a few questions to consider:
Call it Zoom Fatigue or Online Burnout: Everybody hits that wall at some point.
1. Check in with yourself and take an inventory of your energy level.
Just over a year ago, our lives were changed forever by a force over which we had no control. We found a need to adapt to our new environment.
This time last year Zoom may not have been part of your vocabulary, but fast forward a year: Now, even if you are using a different platform, the verb “to Zoom” has become synonymous with virtual meetings.
So, now that we are nine months into mostly virtual encounters, how are you faring?
Would you say your Zooms (and other virtual meeting platforms) are a boom or a bust?
Technology was already becoming a big part of our lives prior to COVID 19, but when the virus reached pandemic levels, the transition to a virtual world accelerated. Many of us now find ourselves communicating solely online.
For those of you who had already been working remotely, the adaptation is not as drastic. However if you were used to giving presentations, having meetings with customers, and/or meeting with your team in person,