Ah, 2020, you’ve changed so much in our world—including impact measuring and reporting
, say the folks behind Unit, a new impact reporting tool for small businesses (launching this spring). This article looks at some of those differences, such as the implications of so many of us working from home, and offers ideas on what to include in your impact report. 💥2.
Hollaback is offering free bystander intervention training to stop anti-Asian/American harassment and xenophobia
, based on their 5D’s of bystander intervention
methodology. There’s also free training on conflict de-escalation and standing up against gender-based street harassment
. 🈚 3. “Leaders who see green swans move sustainability from the periphery of their business to its core.”
So-called black swan events seem to be the norm these days, but could a shift in mindset and strategy turn those black swans into green swans
Katie Thompson Levey shares strategies and ideas that we can use to find business opportunities in black swan events to create disruptive change and redefine our industry.
Go big or go home, right? 💪4. Logging off for good.5.
Wary of greenwashing? You know it. That’s why I’m excited about this free webinar from Clean Creatives on how to say no to greenwashing campaigns
while growing your business.
Though it’s aimed at agency leaders and freelancers, I suspect there will be value in it for many service-based small business owners interested in growing a business that also respects their principles. See you there? 😺