The Public Relations Blog
This is one post about company productivity. Read about the Ivy Lee method for more.
I grew up playing sports in high school – specifically, football. I loved being on the field with my team during a game. To me, there's no feeling like it. Eleven guys perfectly coordinated to line up on the field. Then the quarterback snaps the football and chaos ensues. Or does it?
Each team member begins to move with purposeful individual actions in order to complete the team’s goal. Some are removing obstacles while others are going downfield to catch a pass. Then the play stops, everyone resets, and they do it again.
How does each member of the team always know what each other member is going to do? How can they know how to best support each other?
The team huddle.
Topics: internal communications
Pokemon isn't just for kids anymore; businesses are joining the fun.
The “Pokemon Go” craze is a great opportunity for companies to get creative and entice people to visit their businesses and even reward them for doing so. And it’s all thanks to a cartoon created more than 20 years ago.
Topics: public relations