5/22/19: Thought Leadership and Branding on Social Media
Success on Social Media is more than selling a product or service. For the agriculture sector, success is measured by engaged conversations, reaching out beyond our comfort zone and cultivating your personal and professional brand into a trusted Thought Leader. There's an abundance of conversations about agriculture on social media and not all of them are positive. Be empowered to enter the conversation and make a difference.
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This webinar by Mark Schonbeck and Diana Jerkins of the Organic Farming Research Foundation will examine the functions of the soil food web and key
components thereof in promoting soil health and fertility and
sustainable organic crop production. Research-based guidance on organic
practices and NOP-approved inputs for improved soil food web function
will be discussed. This is the final webinar in the Soil Health and Organic Farming webinar series organized by the Organic Farming Research Foundation and eOrganic.
Thank you to the Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation for supporting this project.
Join Ron Hernandez, Managing Director of The Monday Campaigns, to learn about the DeStress Monday program and how its practices and creative materials feature mindfulness, deep breathing, positivity, and physical activities that can reduce stress. He’ll describe a case study of how teachers in public schools used the program to reduce their on-the-job stress and how they introduced the concepts in the classroom. He’ll share strategies to improve your stress management and establish a weekly routine of healthy, stress-reducing behavior. He’ll also explain the science behind why Monday is the best day to begin a healthy behavior and offer simple ways the DeStress Monday program can be started.
Attendees will be able to:
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