More Than A Vote, a voting rights organization spearheaded by athletes including NBA superstar LeBron James, released a video Monday featuring Major League Soccer (MLS) players encouraging Americans to make a plan to vote and to cast their vote early. Early voting is underway in multiple states across the country.
The video was produced in collaboration with Black Players for Change (BPC), a coalition of more than 170 professional soccer players, coaches and staff aimed at combating racial inequality. To assist Americans in making a plan to vote early, the organization encourages Americans to visit their website where users can type in their address and they will be redirected to a page that will provide them with different options on how to cast their vote in their community.
In addition to urging Americans to make their plans to vote early, the video asks citizens to become poll workers and
WHO announced an alarming new statistic about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic
As the public continues to reel from the news that the president of the United States has tested positive for the coronavirus, Dr. Michael Ryan, the executive director of the World Health Organization (WHO)’s health emergency program, has come forward to share an alarming new statistic.
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According to The Associated Press, on Monday, Ryan revealed that the most recent estimates indicate a significant percentage of the world’s population may have already been infected by the coronavirus this year.
The Covid-19 pandemic has shown that many sales organizations are ill-equipped to adapt quickly to changing buyer preferences. Yet sales leaders who move to a fact-based, technology-enabled sales operating model will position their companies to meet the expectations of buyers in the “next normal.”
A popular social media meme encourages healthy fitness habits during our Covid-19 lockdown, promoting exercise as a means of emerging from the pandemic in better shape than before. This same question can be asked about sales organizations: Can your sales organization use this time to better itself?
Looking ahead to 2021, sales leaders must shift from adapting to the “new normal” to proactively planning for the recovery and their “next normal.” We have used the last few months to study sales organizations and to think about ways that they can enter the “next normal” as a hunk — fitter, more agile, and with more muscle. Our