Have you noticed that there has been a dramatic shift in people's priorities over the last 12 months? But as things begin to ease out of the third lockdown and into a 'new normal', how are we going to maintain habits and rebuild our businesses so they are fit for the unknown future? Here Sara Osterholzer, co-founder of The Good Business Club, shares some insights on the small business movement to Build Back Better and how to get involved.
Build Back Better
With a plethora of content adding pressure on individuals and businesses to thrive in the pandemic, and yet a lack of empathy and understanding of what it takes to get there, The Good Business Club is creating a series of gentler, kinder content that offers people and businesses education and skills but with an all-important difference.
Our Build Back Better series seeks to bridge the gap between education and empathy. Our members will come together to form a panel of business leaders who can deliver education and skills to thrive in the new economic climate, not just now but in the future, while also shedding light on the new trends to arise from the pandemic, to shine a spotlight on the truth and all while lending a sympathetic ear, a helpful hand to hold and a empathetic voice to trust in.
We get it, we’re in this with you.
Winning any award is nice, but it means so much more when that award reflects a mission you’ve intentionally set out to accomplish. For our team at Plux X Brighton, that’s what it meant to pick up the prize for Best In-House Workplace Mental Health Awareness Initiative at the inaugural Company Culture Awards in April. The building is also on track to become the first in South East England to achieve WELL Platinum accreditation from Wellspace, global benchmark setters for wellbeing at work.