Servant Leadership & Building a Legacy

When I first started working in Washington, DC, I had an extraordinary experience that would shape my view of leadership and leading teams for the rest of my life. I worked with a woman who taught me about servant leadership. Sue Ward, a fierce advocate for civil and human rights policy related to aging elders, and…

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Internal Communications for Small Businesses

Depending on how you look at your business and how invested you are, you may feel as though the term “small business” is almost pejorative. I had the misfortune of commenting on my mother-in-law’s small business once, and believe me, if investment, time, and passion were the benchmarks, that endeavor and those like it would…

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Internal Communications & Human Resources

When companies leverage internal communications specialists to fortify their Human Resources department, it’s a win-win prospect for everyone! Human Resources is without a doubt one of the most important, and widely accessed departments in today’s complex business world.  Because of the critical role HR plays, organizations are investing in making that role even more prominent…

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Online Event Production & Internal Communications

As often happen in in-person events, online events suffer when processes don’t go according to plan. The difference is, in-person events have the benefit of people who can coordinate together in real-time and pull off a ‘save,’ often seamlessly. On the other hand, online events are produced by people distributed over distance and who don’t…

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The Four Pillars of Internal Communications

Below are the four most common areas that contribute to the systemic and structural problems many organizations face during fast growth and scaling. We call them the Four Pillars of Internal Communications – the What, Where, When, and How of information sharing.

If your team is suffering from communication overload or experiencing burnout and the “brain drain” that accompanies remote work, assess the efficacy of your policies surrounding the following:

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