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For many people, negotiating can be a very difficult thing to do and something that is often avoided. Suzanne de Janasz, a professor of management and conflict resolution at George Mason University has researched negotiation for more than two decades and found that whether it comes to a higher salary, a promotion, help at home or a better car deal, women find it harder to ask than men because they simply don’t think they deserve it, can’t possibly get what their asking for, or will experience some sort of backlash.
While you may have missed the live version of RDBA Virtual Experience, you can still access many of the amazing sessions. This week, we’re highlighting one of our top attended sessions – Tips from a Live Streaming Producer, lead by our own Tony Kucenski. During this session, Tony provides tips on live streaming, an understanding of the capabilities of phones and devices, the importance of practical lighting, and options for free software to improve your live streaming. Adding text and graphics to videos is discussed.
During the RDBA Virtual Experience, RDBA CEO Phil Lempert shared his perspective on the key trends in consumer behavior that have emerged out of the pandemic: eating at home, online grocery shopping, and staying healthy and well as well as the future of consumer behaviors and how the grocery experience will change as a result.
In 2020, the retail environment and the role of the retail dietitian has significantly changed. It remains to be seen which of these changes will be temporary or long-term. During this session at the RDBA Virtual Experience, RDBA Executive Director Annette Maggi, MS, RDN, LD, FAND addressed how dietitians can thrive in the current and post-pandemic retail environment.