Our very humanity is under assault. And we’re doing it to ourselves. At a time when we have more ways to communicate and connect, we are actually divided, distrustful and disengaged from each other.
We can’t fix the big problems in the world but we can make a big impact to those near and dear to us, to those in our communities. Small gestures add up and enough of them can make the world a better place. Read on.
Advertising executive Cary Hatch knows a thing or two about communication and change. She recently merged her successful marketing agency with another firm and had to practice what she preaches. In our latest Prism of Value podcast, Cary talks about what the merger has taught her about leadership, culture building and communication.
No one ever wants to talk about failure. But failure can be an incredible, albeit tough teacher. Learning from our mistakes and missteps enables us to grow professionally and personally.
The organizations that will thrive in this new, shifting normal are those that can build a creativity culture with their teams. Brainstorming sessions are part of the process. When do the best ideas surface? Read more.
Empathy is key to effective communication. When you get to step inside someone else’s world and understand what is driving their actions, you can achieve breakthroughs. Empathy is about respect and respect leads to trust.
More often than not, enterprises believe that they have a communications challenge when there is something else amiss. Use a communications lens to frame challenges to uncover what is really holding you back. Rethink communications as a tool to strengthen your business.
As people are struggling to navigate their career path during these crazy times, they need a guide. We are obligated to share our knowledge, insights and our support.
Many of business skills you need to succeed in your career can be learned in the kitchen if you just pay attention. Learn how.