Shifts in Thinking in the Impact Revolution

Posted by on Jun 18, 2018 in Corporate Citizenship, Great Companies, Strategic Planning | Comments Off on Shifts in Thinking in the Impact Revolution

Shifts in Thinking in the Impact Revolution

Today’s businesses are operating in the Impact Revolution similar to how we refer to the Industrial Revolution, a time in history when how we did business changed forever. For some companies, corporate social responsibility is an integral part of their overall business and brand and has been for some time. For others, they are just getting started. The point is, we live in a day and age when corporate citizenship matters – to employees, to buyers, to investors and to the general population. For companies still evaluating if or how to jump in, it is important to consider how the concept of...

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From Vision Statements to Vision Boards

Posted by on Jun 17, 2018 in Strategic Planning, Work | Comments Off on From Vision Statements to Vision Boards

From Vision Statements to Vision Boards

“When you visualize, then you materialize.” Denis Waitley, author of “The Psychology of Winning” That is why I’ve spent much of my career working with executives, facilitating corporate vision statements that help them focus on the future and what their organizations want to ultimately become. Since a company’s vision is closely tied to its goals and purpose, the outcome of this exercise is often the anchor of their strategic plan. The journey is similar for individuals, which is how I got into vision board parties. I guide participants through a process that is both thought provoking and...

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Q: Does the concept of leaning in apply to companies as well?

Posted by on Sep 15, 2016 in Branding, from Q to A, Strategic Planning | Comments Off on Q: Does the concept of leaning in apply to companies as well?

Q: Does the concept of leaning in apply to companies as well?

A: When people use the expression ‘lean into your strengths’ they are most often referring to individuals expressing their best selves in life and work. However, I would argue that the same philosophy applies in branding, where companies must identify and channel their unique strengths to stand out in the marketplace. It’s how companies apply their SWOT analysis to their strategic positioning and the objectives in their marketing plan. By focusing on overcoming weaknesses, companies prevent failure. By focusing on or leveraging their strengths, they get results. It was once explained to me...

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Communications Strategy and Program Leadership in Orlando

Posted by on Sep 7, 2016 in Communications, Corporate Citizenship, Strategic Planning, Work | Comments Off on Communications Strategy and Program Leadership in Orlando

Communications Strategy and Program Leadership in Orlando

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Q: What is the best way get started with Google Analytics in support of our marketing efforts?

Posted by on Mar 10, 2016 in Communications, from Q to A, Marketing, Strategic Planning | Comments Off on Q: What is the best way get started with Google Analytics in support of our marketing efforts?

Q: What is the best way get started with Google Analytics in support of our marketing efforts?

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