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Written by Paul Barton, ABC, Principal Consultant, Paul Barton Communications. Every day, I hear from internal communication professionals who are either putting out a communication fire or chasing a project train that’s already left the station. They want to be strategic but they are overwhelmed by competing priorities and projects that seemingly come out of nowhere. To make matters worse, the
Written by Inward Strategic Consulting Program Manager, Matt Manning, originally published on Linkedin’s blog Pulse on November 15, 2016. In today’s constantly changing global environment, companies that anticipate these shifts have a distinct advantage over competitors. For instance, dietary preferences have shifted away from processed fast foods towards organic and locally sourced options. Big box retailers have seen their shoppers
I think we all appreciate a little honesty. And while there are probably plenty of good reasons to tell white lies, there are moments in life when we shouldn’t short-change ourselves the chance to ‘get real.’ So what makes me, a 24-year-old, the authority on this topic? Aside from honesty having always been one very strong trait of mine, working
Written by: Rick DeMarco, Managing Director, Inward Strategic Consulting I just returned from an Advanced Learning Institute (ALI) conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, on Strategic Internal Branding. As usual, ALI did an outstanding job of lining up some great speakers and presentations and participants were able to attend four hands-on workshops on the first day. Inward kicked the meeting off with
Written by: Priya Bates, President, Inner Strength Communication Inc. “This started a conversation about communication, and consideration and most importantly respect in the workplace.” Kelly Ripa Not many of us have time to watch ‘Live’ with Kelly and Michael, especially if you have a day-time job; but for the past week, I’ve been watching the saga and the botched announcement of Michael
Written: Michelle Metzger, Director of Communications at Golden Living “I have no control of X, Y or Z.” When we hear that statement, it sends a signal that we are powerless. That we have given up and become a helpless victim. To me, it seems weak. However, sometimes it also happens to be true. There are times where exerting too much