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Inlay Insights' research team illuminates trends that shape the way we buy, work, and live. Explore active projects below.
The Pandemic Time Capsule
In March 2020, we launched this ambitious research project. We have conducted more than 250 one-on-one interviews with people of all generations, all over the country to uncover how the pandemic is reshaping our future. Insights from this series include: effectiveness of virtual school and work, shifting consumer habits, reevaluations of work and identity, what people miss the most, what worries them the most, and what they see as silver linings. All of this is in an effort to capture a historic moment as it unfolds and to give leaders human insight into the way the world has changed.
The Great Resignation
Record numbers of people are leaving the workforce. Some are quitting their jobs, others are retiring early, changing careers, or going back to school. We are capturing and analyzing the stories behind these decisions to better understand the shifting landscape of work in America. We are in the midst of this research now and will release a report in the summer of 2022. We are still recruiting research participants. If you have changed jobs during the pandemic and would like to share your story, inquire below.
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Kim has a truly unique way of connecting with her audience. She makes the research come to life and provides real “a-ha” moments. Her sense of humor combined with her deep knowledge of the content makes her the ideal presenter and facilitator.
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Kim really does her homework. She is not only extremely knowledgeable with her overriding research insights, but then she applied those insights specifically to our company challenges and questions. She makes sure her points are well researched, relevant and eye-opening. Kim also has a great skill of presenting data in an entertaining, fun way that keeps her audience fully engaged.
I have worked with Kim many times and she is able to “wow” every audience. Each presentation is well researched and takeaway-driven but it’s also her style of presenting that stands out. Hilarious. Relevant. Surprising.
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