It’s been more than two months since schools, large and small businesses and state governments took operations from in-person to online. For the time being, social distancing is the norm and as we all seek opportunities to stay in front of our audiences, webinars are a natural solution.
As the COVID-19 restrictions continue, normalcy remains months (or more) away. Mainstream media continues to cover the pandemic and its effects on world health and economy, but verticals like automotive and tech are mostly back to their typical content streams.
Last year, before the pandemic started, I penned “Grief: The Silent Obstacle.” The blog reviewed five recommendations on ways to engage with empathy and compassion when a colleague returns to work from bereavement. COVID-19 is causing a different kind of grief, and I’m witnessing many of the same lessons applying to this situation.
Since the beginning of March, the mainstream news cycle has almost exclusively turned toward covering the global COVID-19 pandemic. Is there still an appetite for “normal” content among journalists and readers during such a historical event?
Understanding and connecting with a culture that isn’t your own can be an overwhelming task. There are many places to start but this post offers just one avenue to consider with a short list of five top black podcasts to help support your cultural exploration beyond the month of February.
On this, our 25th year in business, Stratacomm’s partners offer thanks to our founders, on whose broad shoulders we stand. We also offer deep thanks to all our employees over the years and up through today: you are what sets Stratacomm apart.