Karen Cortell Reisman

Pandemic effects on communication: 30 minutes is the new hour

Karen Cortell Reisman joins Jim Blasingame to report that during the pandemic, remote working environments, where we may have allowed an hour for some things, like meetings, have now been compressed into 30 minutes.

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Karen Cortell Reisman joins Jim Blasingame to report on how pandemic conditions have impacted how we smile behind masks, why listening has to be more intentional, and more awareness of our gestures on Zoom.
Leslie Grossman, Joan Pryde and Karen Cortell Reisman join Jim to tell their survivor’s journey stories and how they moved forward after being diagnosed, receiving treatment, and becoming a multi-year survivor.
Leslie Grossman, Joan Pryde and Karen Cortell Reisman join Jim to share the stories of their journey as breast cancer survivors and to encourage women to take all the steps that are required to survive, especially taking those steps during a pandemic.
Leslie Grossman, Joan Pryde and Karen Cortell Reisman join Jim to begin the celebration as breast cancer survivors and honor the lost, by telling their diagnosis and subsequent journey.
Karen Cortell Reisman joins Jim Blasingame to reveal three key practices that will help you become relevant to prospects, including networking for introductions, asking for those referrals, and nurturing those relationships with more support than selling.