What's Next

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What’s Next is a "non-business show" for business leaders. The pandemic has upended the way of life and work for billions of people. While we are focused on what’s happening now, it’s important to look ahead. Restarting the economy will not be as simple as throwing a switch. We are interviewing thought-leaders and doers from the worlds of science, medicine, economics, media, and psychology who will help us shape the “new normal” post-Covid-19. Join your host Rhett Power and John Baldoni Live on LinkedIn Wednesdays 3 PM EST. 

5/13/2020

Louis Carter, Author and Founder BPI and David Nour, Author and Founder Nour Group

3pm - 4pm EST

LinkedIn Live

5/13/2020

Louis Carter, Author and Founder BPI and David Nour, Author and Founder Nour Group

3pm - 4pm EST

LinkedIn Live

5/18/2020

Martin Lindstrom, NYT Best Selling Author and Time Magazine Influential 100 Honoree

9 pm - 10pm EST

LinkedIn Live

5/18/2020

Martin Lindstrom, NYT Best Selling Author and Time Magazine Influential 100 Honoree

9 pm - 10pm EST

LinkedIn Live

5/27/2020

Elliot Masie, Futurist and Speaker Credited with Coining the Phrase 'E-Learning'

3 pm - 4pm EST

LinkedIn Live

5/27/2020

Elliot Masie, Futurist and Speaker Credited with Coining the Phrase 'E-Learning'

3 pm - 4pm EST

LinkedIn Live

Martin Lindstrom, Rhett Power, John Baldoni,Brand Sense, Small Data, Buyology
Thinkers 50,

Martin Lindstrom -- What's Next -- May 18

Martin Lindstrom is the founder and chairman of Lindstrom Company, the world’s leading brand & culture transformation group. TIME Magazine has named Lindstrom one of the “World’s 100 Most Influential People”. And for three years running, Thinkers50, the world’s premier ranking resource of business icons, has selected Lindstrom to be among the world’s top 50 business thinkers. Lindstrom is the author of 7 New York Times best-selling books. His book Brand Sense was critically acclaimed by The Wall Street Journal as “one of the five best marketing books ever published”, Small Data was praised as “revolutionary” and TIME Magazine wrote this about Buyology: “a breakthrough in branding”.

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