When your employees are better, your company is better. Gene Gray, President of Innovative-IDM, shares how their annual employee growth meeting “feeds” their employees to improve their company.
HOUSTON (June 12, 2015) – Savage Brands received the prestigious “Best of Show” along with three other significant honors for outstanding client work at the 2015 International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Bronze Quill Awards.
When companies go into a rebrand, they have an opportunity to look beyond the way things have always been done — to purpose. Jim Manskey, President at TBG partners, talks about how taking a deeper look at their business changed everything down to the way they tell stories.
Storytelling and daily touchpoints help new employees integrate into your company culture. Gene Gray, President of Innovative-IDM, talks about the onboarding and continual employee engagement processes that help them deliver “legendary customer service.”
I recently went to a client kick-off meeting with MOGAS Industries, a valve company that we are consulting for. It was a rainy, dreary day when we pulled up to a bright and welcoming campus.
Business leaders transitioning in have the challenge of alleviating employees’ fears and rallying them behind a new focus and direction. Jim Manskey, President at TBG Partners, shares how their newly defined purpose helped both him and the company successfully transition.
Impact A Hero honored Savage Brands as Partner of the Year at its 2015 Hall of Fame Gala. The honor recognizes the extensive contribution made by Savage Brands, a leading Houston branding, communications and design firm, in developing a new communications strategy that reflected the organization’s purpose – to help severely wounded heroes returning home from post-9/11 combat.
Brandonomics guests Monica Silva, team lead of internal communications at Phillips 66, and Rob Camper, strategic brand director at Cadence Bank, talk about how to shape good messaging around vision and values.
When you have large volumes of data rolling in, how do you filter out what’s irrelevant and stay focused on key initiatives? Jack Whalen, Manager Brand Value at Phillips 66, talks about how they stay the course on their core initiatives.