Don’t let the pandemic stop you from connecting with Delaware leaders – The News Journal | Region & Cash

Young professionals, aspiring leaders and veteran young at heart all agree that opportunities to meaningfully network and connect outside of a 2×2 digital box have been limited over the past 18 months. Getting inspiration from other like-minded leaders, entrepreneurs, community and nonprofit leaders, and advocates remains essential for today’s workforce to stay engaged and connected.

The pandemic has made it a little easier to forge new relationships and alliances, collaborate on ideas and business ventures, and build stronger communities worldwide thanks to the virtual and hybrid nature of today’s world. As things slowly shift to the new hybrid normal, young and experienced employees are looking for ways to shoot back into the personal pool while navigating the virtual world. How you do that?

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