Recently Inc highlighted a 10-word remote work policy by Gravity Payments CEO, Dan Price. The policy is simple, giving employees the latitude and grace to work in an environment that works for them. Price writes, “If you get your work done, that’s all that matters.”… Read More »Successful Remote Work is Fueled by Emotional Intelligence
A grace-based culture gives allowance to grow with compassion and empathy It may seem out of place for a leadership and marketing blog to discuss the topic of grace, much less grace in the same sentence as company culture. But the health of an organization… Read More »Grace-culture Vs Us-culture
Finding the balance between choose-your-own-adventure and this-is-how-we-do-it takes intentionality and consistency. If you’ve ever been surprised by “house rules” when playing a board game, you can appreciate how a lack of understanding can be detrimental. Perhaps if you had known the non-traditional rules before starting,… Read More »Where Are the Directions?
In communication, nearly every person makes this fundamental flaw in understanding Over the weekend, I was privy to a conversation between two entrepreneurs. I believe they thought they were pitted against each other in debate. From an outsider’s perspective, however, they were a lot closer… Read More »I Didn’t Misinterpret Anything
These words have never been used in any marketing campaign promoting goods. Who would use the worst? In a world where your competition uses “the best quality ingredients” and offers the “best customer service” or provides the “best value,” you must position yourself as the… Read More »We Use Only The Worst Quality Ingredients
The word “influencer” has taken on a larger than life persona since the advent of social media. Aside from constantly comparing ourselves with unrealistic expectations, we start to see the fiction as reality. What we read, what we subscribe to, the profiles we follow, shows… Read More »Unintended Influences: how we are silently shaped by what we consume
When we build in public, we open ourselves up to criticism. When we pursue our passion, we put ourselves out there for failure. When we accept the promotion, we will be gossiped about. When we ship a product, sell a solution, or deliver a result,… Read More »The One Bully: Overcoming the Negative Voice