5 Lessons We Can Learn from the NFL Owners & Nike

5 Lessons We Can Learn from the NFL Owners & Nike

In August 2016, Colin Kaepernick, star quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, silently sat during the playing of the National Anthem in protest of issues of “systematic oppression”, “equality and social injustice”, “racism and injustice in our criminal system”, “oppression of people of color in the United States”, and to not “show pride in a…

DOES YOUR LINKEDIN PROFILE MAKE YOU FEEL CONFIDENT?

DOES YOUR LINKEDIN PROFILE MAKE YOU FEEL CONFIDENT?

Working with senior leaders, from executives to CEOs, always provides a ton of insight. One thing is always true – most individuals over a certain age/demographic tend to not love social media. It takes real focus to paint the picture of how important it is to be online as a leader. However, for millennials, the…

10 WAYS COMPANIES SHOULD ENGAGE MILLENNIALS

10 WAYS COMPANIES SHOULD ENGAGE MILLENNIALS

As a follow up to our initial blogs about millennials, we have pulled together best practices that companies can utilize to engage their millennial workforce. Retaining millennials can be costly. Leveraging these suggestions can help increase their loyalty and keep them engaged. 1. Introduce an Onboarding Program Tailored for Millennials Many companies create onboarding programs for new hires that…

HOW CHURCHILL USED BRANDING TO LEAD THROUGH CRISIS

HOW CHURCHILL USED BRANDING TO LEAD THROUGH CRISIS

Recently, Capital One hosted an evening with Dr. Stephen Mansfield, author and speaker. Dr. Mansfield discussed the topic of how leaders can lead through crisis to an audience of entrepreneurs, businesses, and community leaders.  Churchill was used an example of a leader who learned and leveraged key communication principles of branding to lead through crisis. I…