How to Walk Out of a Meeting with Clarity
Our customers often say things that we misinterpret. These conversations can often ramble on or go off course – and it is quite common. The result is that vague or unclear statements pass by without you getting clarification ... or are simply ignored altogether.
If This Article Gives You aGrin, Then I've Done My Job
Recent headlines are rather disquieting. As one who reads a lot to stay current on what is going on in our world (past, present and beyond) it struck me that writing one more “how to” article for this post today was going to bore me, and I suspect that you too would find it thus.
Let's Talk Videos - Boost Your Corporate Comms
Given today’s technology there’s a broad spectrum of approaches to your communications toolkit. Traditional printed promotional materials are costly, consume time to produce and often aren’t widely read because people won’t stop long enough to read them. Everyone wants to see “bits and bytes” of information that fit into their busy day. .
Clarity Helps With Brand Strategy
Likely you already know what your brand stands for, how it differs for each of your target audiences, profiles of customers, and have an honest view of where your brand ranks among competitors. You should already understand how you differentiate yourself from the competition.