Corporate downsizing: How to effectively manage layoffs with empathy and proactive change communications. We’ve likely all witnessed how an employer brand can take a serious hit when this isn’t handled in the right way. While we spend an enormous amount of time ensuring a new hire has a very positive onboarding experience, it is just […]
To engage employees, keep your year-end messaging authentic, positive and honest. Most importantly, make sure it’s not about you. Year-end messaging is an opportunity to reach every employee, boost morale and give a peek into what’s in store for the upcoming year. Whether you’re the communicator ghostwriting the message or the leader putting pen to […]
With internal communications, it turns out that more is not always better. It’s hardly news that Americans are subjected to information overload. With the proliferation of new and increasingly targeted information sources on the internet, apps to incorporate into day-to-day routines, and ever more emails to read and respond to, many are overwhelmed: 85% of […]
Pivot Strategies’ designer, Wil Taylor walks you through five essential visual design tips everyone creating a presentation in PowerPoint should know about. When setting up a new PowerPoint file, there are a few tips that can save you some headaches in the long run. By utilizing these methods, you’ll be able to cut time spent […]
Congratulations are in order! Our founder, Stacia Nelson, along with Virginia Clay-Chism and Karin Petty have been selected as 2020 Notable Women in Technology by Twin Cities Business.
In a time when so much is out of our control, gratitude is often our best source of joy. This holiday season, we want to express our gratitude for a few phenomenal non-profits that we are proud to support.
Stacia and Wil sit down to have an open conversation around race and steps we can all take for personal growth.
Conversations around race can be intimidating, but to enact change we encourage everyone to start asking questions, influencing those closest to you and challenging things that don’t seem right.