EO Nashville Member News – April 10

April 10, 2020

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Dandapani-Safeguarding and Strengthening the Mind

April 17, 2020, 9:00am-10:00am 
Join this Zoom call for insights and tools to use during COVID-19.

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Chelsea and Ryan Avery- How to Still Like Each Other During and After Quarantine

April 14, 2020, 11:00am-12:00pm
Learn strategies this entrepreneurial couple uses to manage their family and run their business.

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Brainshift: Mindful Leaders Rise Above the Panic with Romie Mushtaq

April 16, 2020, 11:00am-12:00pm
Join this interactive 90 minute webinar to learn to lead with calm, decision and precision. 

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Tips for Supporting Engaging Virtual Meetings

Forum members are finding it helpful when moderators share their screens during Forum meetings and present information on slides... such as the agenda, the opening question or ice breaker instructions, the parking lot, the rotation order for monthly updates, questions for presentations, reminders for EO events and next Forum meetings, and housekeeping items.  

Utilizing visuals is a great way to connect with Forum members and learn more about each other.  Below are some icebreaker ideas.

Ask Forum members to:

Share their screens with a picture or a collage of photos that illustrate their values or represent an experience where they learned something significant that helped their leadership.

Grab something in their current location that is no more than 25 steps away and explain what the item is and what it means to them.
 

Culture Index

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Articles & Columns

David Trainer [New Constructs] wrote about the riskiest and safest dividend yields for Forbes

In the News

WSMV quoted Brooks West [Franklin Bridge Golf Club] in a story about golf courses remaining open during the coronavirus outbreak and how the clubs are taking steps to keep people safe.

David Waddell [Waddell & Associates] was quoted in a Forbes article about the economic contraction and the uncertain timeline of the future. 

Standard Candy Company’s [Laurie Spradley] focus on its Goo Goo Cluster was featured by the Commercial Appeal, the Daily World, Knox News and the Tennessean in articles about how Southern candy makers have survived in the competitive and ever-changing industry.

David Trainer [New Constructs] appeared on Yahoo! Finance Live to discuss the impact the coronavirus is having on companies and which ones are facing dividend cuts. Trainer was also featured in an article by U.S. News & World Report about beaten-down ETFs for investors to consider. 

Construction Specifier mentioned the Big Visual Group [Scott Snoyer] design team’s collaboration on a coffee shop in Newport Beach, California.

Nashville Patch and Pest Control Technology announced All-American Pest Control’s [Erin Richardson] Hometown Heroes award program. 

Lauren Reed [Reed Public Relations] was quoted by the New York Times in a story about public relations during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Nashville Soccer Club [Christopher Redhage] was mentioned in the news several times this week, including: 

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Best Brands [Ryan Moses] contributed an initial donation to A Fund For Us, a hospitality relief fund created by the Tennessee Action for Hospitality in partnership with the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, according to Eater Nashville, the Nashville Scene and Williamson Herald.

A redpepper [Tim McMullen] employee created an A.I.-powered Zoombot to take his place in Zoom meetings, as reported by Muse by Clio.

Burger Up [James Lewis] was listed as one of the Nashville Scene’s takeout picks this week. WTVF quoted the restaurant’s director of operations in a story about food donations to area hospitals. 

Bristol Development Group [Ashlyn Hines] purchased a $2 million property in Richmond, Virginia to develop an upscale apartment building, according to Richmond BizSense and the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

CNN Travel included The Party Line’s [Benjamin & Max Goldberg] Easter brunch delivery options, including its egg dyeing kits, in an article about restaurants around the U.S. offering special menus for the holiday. Pinewood Social is also offering a special Easter menu for delivery this weekend, according to Eater Nashville. The Tennessean and the Daily News Journal reported that Henrietta Red’s chef applied to get the restaurant’s employees qualified for grants from a hospitality relief fund, while The Party Line re-invented it’s business model in less than a week in response to the pandemic.

Michael Brody-Waite [Great Leaders Live Like Drug Addicts] was a guest on The MAJic Hour and the Startup HandMeDowns podcasts where he talked about the mask-free leadership movement.

The Bradford Group [Jeff Bradford] has merged with Jacksonville-based Dalton Agency, making it Nashville’s fourth largest PR and advertising agency, according to the Nashville Business Journal, the Nashville Post, theTennessean, the Nashville Ledger, O'Dwyers, Atlanta Patch, Commercial Construction and Renovation, the Jacksonville Business Journal, the Jacksonville Daily Record and Metro Atlanta CEO. Also Forbes quoted Bradford in an article about crisis management tactics for managing internal problems.

Strategic Alliance Partner News

A photo spread of First Horizon Bank’s Knoxville Women of Influence luncheon was included in VIP Knoxville’s April/May issue (pages 54-55). Murfreesboro Voice reported that First Horizon Foundation is raising money for Middle Tennessee tornado relief efforts, benefitting the American Red Cross. First Horizon Foundation donated $2.5 million to COVID-19 relief efforts, according to Murfreesboro Voice. The Tennessee Tribune reported that First Horizon is taking measures to help customers who are financially affected by the pandemic.