No US state or city has been hit harder by COVID-19 than New York—which, as of June 21st, had seen 388,000 confirmed cases and nearly 31,000 deaths. Maria Figueroa Küpçü, who leads Brunswick’s office in the city, recounts what it’s been like leading from the epicenter of the pandemic.
By Maria Figueroa Kupcu
02 July 2020
Sir Alan Parker poses three questions to Grant, the author of four New York Times bestselling books, the host of a chart-topping podcast called WorkLife and the organizational psychologist who for seven years has ranked as Wharton’s top-rated professor.
By Sir Alan Parker
08 June 2020
Mental health has been rising up the agenda in recent years, as rates of anxiety, depression and substance abuse have sharply increased around the world. Concerns about the mental health impacts of COVID-19 have intensified the conversation, and highlighted gaps in mental health support for people.
28 May 2020
As we enter the endurance phase of this COVID-19 crisis, corporate leadership continues to be tested and now is not the time to step back. The global economy is going to remain severely challenged for many months, as countries guard against a recurrence of the virus. And the outlook continues to be very uncertain making it difficult to put firm strategies in place.
27 May 2020
Brunswick Group hosted a webinar to discuss the results from our latest COVID-19 Workforce Outlook tracking survey and the data that will be driving the return and recovery decisions in the U.S. over the coming weeks and months.
By Rebekah Metts-Childers
11 May 2020
When we recover from an injury, we know it won’t happen overnight. We recognize that we may never be as we once were. So, we work through the steps our care team gives us, reach small milestones along the way and remain focused on getting back to the things we want to do.
By Rebekah Metts-Childers
29 April 2020
This week’s note is from Anthony Gardner, Brunswick Senior Advisor and former United States Ambassador to the European Union (2014-17) and Director for European Affairs, National Security Council (1994-95). This article represents his own personal views.
By Anthony Gardner
21 April 2020
This week’s note is from George Yeo, Brunswick Geopolitical Principal and former Singapore Cabinet member for Health (1994–97), Trade and Industry (1999–2004) and Foreign Affairs (2004–11). This article represents his own personal views.
By George Yeo
16 April 2020
On April 6, Brunswick Group hosted a live webinar, “Engaging Your Employees Through COVID-19,” featuring Brunswick partners Rebekah Metts-Childers (Head of U.S. Employee Engagement) and Nick Howard (Head of European Employee Engagement).
By Rebekah Metts-Childers
07 April 2020
Over the last month, the President and Congress have enacted three laws to promote public health and to stabilize the economy: the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act or CARES Act ($2.2 trillion); the Families First Coronavirus Response Act ($105 billion); and the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act ($8.3 billion).
By Patti Solis Doyle
31 March 2020
A majority of Americans expect a rough road between the COVID-19 pandemic and a recovery. To offset the negative economic impact, the American public support an immediate and direct injection of cash into consumer hands, and more than 60% support government bailouts for the restaurant, retail, hotel and airline industries.
By Robert Moran
26 March 2020
There are five key steps business leaders should be taking when working out how best to contribute to the wider coronavirus response - beyond their own operations, people and finances. Each of the steps have deeper considerations within them.
By Meaghan Ramsey
20 March 2020
The past few weeks have brought anxiety and uncertainty to arts and culture organizations across the globe. We have all taken unprecedented steps to ensure the safety of staff and communities and to rise to the challenge of reimagining access to arts and culture.
19 March 2020
There will be a wide range of issues that your business or organisation will need to manage due to the Coronavirus. Some of them, admittedly, potentially more problematic than your corporate social media accounts. However, how you manage your reputation and your ability to communicate through this issue will remain critical. .
By Phil Ryan
12 March 2020
As we head into earnings season, global markets are bracing for the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on company results. In the nearly 20 years since SARS, China’s importance in the global economy has grown exponentially and today contributes more than 30% of global growth - greater than from the U.S., Europe, and Japan combined.
20 February 2020
Businesses are playing a critical role in the response to COVID-2019, formerly known as the 2019-nCoV coronavirus. How best to provide support, who to channel support to reach those in need, and when to provide support. These critical questions are answered in our latest look at responding to the coronavirus.
13 February 2020
“Sometimes we have the luxury of choosing our challenges and sometimes they just choose us,” Mark Pollock says. “What we decide to do next is what counts.” His story, shared with the Review last year, offers timely perspective and wisdom on enduring life’s unexpected disasters.
By Kevin Helliker
04 June 2019