Category / leadership

Working remotely, leading from afar

By Drew Mattison

Remote work is not easy. But after 20 years of it, I have a few pointers for the folks who are new to this space.

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3/26/20 12:56 PM

leadership, remote, virtual collaboration

What to do when you don’t even know what to think

By Bill Keaggy

We're all learning new things—and new ways to do old things. At work and at home... which are the same now.

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3/23/20 8:49 AM

health, life, learning, leadership, happiness, remote

Execution is where good strategies go to die

By Drew Mattison

Why? There’s usually a gap between strategy (the thinking) and execution (the doing). Leaders need an Activation Plan to get results.

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2/17/20 7:23 AM

visual thinking, visual storytelling, visualization, leadership, change, transformation, strategy, activation plan, execution

How visual thinking supports transformation and change

By Scott Goldstein

There are many reasons organizations undergo transformation and change—but did you know that only 12% of them fully accomplish their goals? Let's take a look at how leaders can better set up their change initiatives for success.

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10/2/19 7:52 AM

understanding, collaboration, storytelling, visual thinking, visual storytelling, visualization, future, ROI, leadership, change, transformation

When animation works best: Strengthening internal communications with strategic animated videos

By Bill Keaggy

Sometimes we experience communication fatigue in the workplace. People get inundated with a large number of emails, Slack messages, texts, face-to-face meetings—and engagement suffers. Consider telling your story with animation… the possibilities are limitless.

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9/10/19 7:28 AM

animation, Animation & video, storyboard, storytelling, video, writing, visual storytelling, visualization, leadership

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