July 2020 - Redefining Progress

Posts Written OnJuly 2020

6 Tips for Building a Better Marketing Team

If you are looking to  build yourself a streamlined marketing team which is going to deliver results for your clients or indeed for your own business then there are some critical aspects which you need to consider. The world is very much one where marketing is more important that it has ever been before, for no other reason than the level of competition which we see across all industries and sectors. Employee engagement is also a huge factor of success. Recruiting companies like CulverServices offers employee engagement consulting. If you want to build a better marketing team, here are 6…

Redefining Progress and EJCC: Highlights

The Genuine Progress Indicator has received a surge of attention in the U.S. and abroad, as the financial crisis has shown the dangers of a drive for unceasing GDP growth. Redefining Progress has made vital connections with organizations and governments in Europe that use sustainability indicators as measurements of progress, and we are preparing a GPI program that will include quarterly updates to the GPI, policy applications, and the integration of the GPI into formal education. Nearly half a million people have taken the Ecological Footprint Quiz to measure their impact on the Earth since its redesign in April. The…

5 Ways School Teachers Can Address Gaps Within the Social Ecological Model

One of the biggest challenges facing young and experienced teachers across the country is dealing with the issues that come with teaching in socio-economically challenged areas.   Why?   Because students in these areas often have unique needs that you wouldn’t normally encounter in more privileged areas where kids have access to more resources and opportunities, as well as a stable home life.   This is where the social-ecological model and ecological systems theory comes in. Both were born out of the experience of teachers who had gone through similar experiences in socio-economically challenged areas.   Based on their experience,…

7 Credible Reasons Why You Need An Emergency Fund

If you don’t have an emergency fund then it may just be time to start having a think about whether or not that is a smart choice. Many of us think that there are better places to put our money than in this type of fund, but we have 7 reasons as to why this is something that everyone should have in their lives, a fall back fund which can support them in the event of a crisis. Peace of Mind There is a great deal to be said for the cost of peace of mind and above all else…

What is the Impact of Business Travel on Mental Wellbeing?

Traveling for business often looks exciting to those who don’t do it, but the truth is that it is far from the luxury travel paradise which so many think that it is. Indeed whilst business travel may include executive treatment, in the main it is a challenging way to travel which actually does have an impact on your overall mental well-being. This is important to recognize, especially given the changing attitudes when it comes to mental health in general. If you travel once in a while for business reasons then you have nothing to worry about of course, but those…

11 Realistic Side Hustles To Make $50 a Day

In today’s world we are all about hacks, shortcuts and taking advantage of the many ways in which we can make some serious cash. The side hustle is something which many people are looking to get off the ground and we have 11 awesome ideas which you could employ, that could make you up to $50 per day. It is a new world with new opportunities and here is how you can boost how much you make. Get in the Middle A great idea to boost your income earning potential is to buy items from eBay and then sell them…