Monthly Archives: November 2009

Make Your Vision Statement Employee-Friendly

For several decades now, business school graduates have spent countless hours crafting far-reaching, aspirational vision statements to guide their company’s growth and expansion. But the language of traditional vision statements, with phrases such as “best in class,” “global,” “industry-leading” and “superior products and services” seem archaic to today’s workforce. Continue reading

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Applying Communication Strategies to Real-Life Challenges

I didn’t realize that the dynamics of a small arts community would so closely resemble the dynamics of an employee team, and that the two groups would present similar internal communications challenges. Continue reading

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