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Plastic Playground Lessons

Are you really a risk-taker? Reflecting on his childhood playground, Matt explores the fascinating relationship between risk, pain and personal growth.

Your Communications Team is Drowning

Okay that might be a bit dramatic, they are not literally drowning, but they are likely overworked. Working in corporate communications at four different large companies, one theme remains the same, communications teams are exhausted and overworked.

Huddle Recap – Do Hard Things: What would you do if you weren’t scared?

Join us on Zoom Tuesday, July 14 from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. CST to listen, learn and discuss what it takes to take the next step when it’s not the easy move to make.

Leading Change During Unprecedented Times

How does a leader navigate constant change?

Awareness of the change management process is the first step.

Your Communications Plan is not a Change Plan

While communication is a solid foundation upon which a change plan can be built, communications plans are not a substitute for a robust, long-term change plan.

The Power of Expectations

Why do we love Fridays so much? At face value, it seems like Saturday or Sunday should be people’s favorite day of the week. Generally, Saturday and Sunday are the days we get to take work off, sleep in, and spend time with our families.

Do Hard Things: What would you do if you weren’t scared?

Join us on Zoom Tuesday, July 14 from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. CST to listen, learn and discuss what it takes to take the next step when it’s not the easy move to make.

Communications, Authenticity & Corporate Social Responsibility

Communications, Authenticity & Corporate Social Responsibility: Or – How to talk about social issues in a responsible way.

Change Management & Social Progress

What change management theory can tell us about changing hearts and minds.

Celebrating 5 Years of Pivot

Where have the last five years gone? Since 2015, Pivot Strategies has focused on keeping pace with rapid change, growing and overcoming challenges. Those values got us through the last five years, and they are guiding us now as we face an uncertain future.