Posts: Gur Tsabar
Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable with Workforce Diversity Data
Over the past several months, you may have seen headlines in top-tier business media about companies releasing workforce diversity data. In some instances, these companies shared the data in tandem with new representation commitments. Some companies have boldly connected their commitments to executive pay and bonuses, while others are investing in their employees by focusing […]
Shattering the Overton Window: A Call for Messaging that Matters
Here’s a challenge to all communicators… Take a look at your company’s communications over the past year and see if they say anything outside the established norms of your industry? Chances are: your company has been communicating squarely within an existing conversational frame. Meaning: within the spectrum of ideas considered acceptable by its various stakeholder […]
Why It’s Time to Check Your Visual Reputation!
The mention of any category of business can conjure a brand or image in the modern mind – airline, charity, shoemaker, software developer, hospital, beverage company, car manufacturer, fast food franchise. When considering the brands that come to mind, you likely imagine the brand’s logo or one of their products or services. And, more than […]
What You Say Matters. What They Say… Matters More.
Whether you like it or not, people are talking about you around. the. clock… They’re talking about your company, they’re talking about the amazing services you provide, and about the defective products you’ve manufactured. They’re complaining about your exorbitant fees and praising your incredible discounts. They’re talking about your down-to-earth CEO, your hilarious flight attendants, […]
A Seismic Shift in Our Eating Behavior
Remember the food pyramid from health class? It wasn’t that long ago that a meal was considered incomplete if portions of meat, dairy and other animal-based proteins were not included as part of the occasion. Nor was it that long ago when diets, like vegetarian and vegan, resided almost exclusively on the fringe. Today we […]
Got Social Issues? Why “Social Listening” is The Wrong Response (And What the Right One Is)
The popularity of social media has literally leveled the playing field online—giving every person on the planet the same sized megaphone to voice not only their excitement about companies and brands, but also—and perhaps most frighteningly—their anger and rage. So the question for you is: When Twitter or Facebook blow up on you, do you […]