Until We Meet Again – Let’s Stay Connected

By: Yael Shafrir, Chief Marketing Officer, Meet in Place

In our second CoronaDays weekend round-up, we bring you business perspectives to provoke, enrich and inspire.

You’re probably inundated with COVID-19-related news – so in curating this week’s impactful content, we’ve focused on thinking beyond the crisis for our ecosystem.

What will H2 look like? How about next year? We explore diverse assessments, from McKinsey & Company to Yuval Noah Harari.

1. Our most compelling for this week, a must-read for true leaders

Beyond coronavirus: The path to the next normal (McKinsey)

What will normal look like? While most businesses and individuals are in survival mode, we all hope this will be over soon. What then? This article looks at how leaders can begin navigating to what’s next. Let’s shed some light on the answers, just a hint.

2. Some provocative forward thinking

Yuval Noah Harari: the world after coronavirus (FT)

A similar theme but a completely different take. Who better for some forward thinking than the author of “Sapiens”, “Homo Deus” and “21 Lessons for the 21st Century”? How’s this for just one takeaway: “Humanity needs to make a choice. If we choose global solidarity, it will be a victory not only against the coronavirus, but against all future epidemics and crises that might assail humankind in the 21st century.”

3. Last but not least – a video to bolster wellbeing

How Celebrating Small Wins Can Help Form a Lasting Habit (Thrive Global)

This video touches on mindfulness, optimism, and more. Need a lift? It’s a great place to start. Behavioral scientist BJ Fogg shares how we can undo bad habits and achieve our goals. One super useful and relevant example? Declare an official end to each workday, even if you haven’t completed every last thing on your to-do list.

About the Author:

Yael Shafrir is the Chief Marketing Officer of Meet in Place, a global network of innovative meeting spaces designed for an urban boutique hospitality experience. The Meet in Place philosophy is rooted in meeting science, as every design feature and amenity offered serves a unique purpose to make meetings as productive as possible. 

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