Saying thank you is one of the most important things we can do every day. Here are some tips on how to effectively express your gratitude.
A South Dakota anti-drug campaign highlights the danger of being overly cute in your message and creating confusion and derision. This is a cautionary tale.
The secret to successful networking is not the initial meeting but the follow-up. Read more to find out how you connect more effectively.
Having a great product or service isn’t always enough. There also has to be a reason to do it now. Here are some ways to become a “must have” today.
Building a powerful brand is so much more than about advertising and social media. This blog offers practical tips to make your brand amazing.
If your stakeholders are asking: "Why should I believe you?", you have lost their trust if you ever had it. Trust is the foundation of business relationships. Find out how you can build trust with those most important to you.
Thought leadership can increase your visibility and build your credibility in the marketplace. But here's the rub: to be a thought leader, you have to have thoughts that matters. Find out the seven things you need to do to establish yourself and your company as a thought leader.
Most business messaging fails because it speaks to what we do not why it matters to our audience. Break out of the list maker syndrome that ticks off all the products and services you offer. Instead, make your case by talking about great things that can and will happen with and through you. Get people excited about the big things so that they understand why all the smaller things you do every day are so important—and how they fit into making things better for the people you need and want to reach most.
There is an old saying that the shoemaker’s children are often the last to get shoes. The same thing holds true for communications professionals. We are so busy helping our clients and bosses reveal and reinforce their value that we often neglect the same efforts for ourselves.