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3 True Stories of Failure (and Triumph)

3 True Stories of Failure (and Triumph)

In today’s world of perceived perfection, it is rare for anyone to share their own stories of professional failure. Yet, stories of failure teach us how to do things differently. In this revealing post, three industry leaders openly share their own storytelling failures and what they do differently now.

The Art of the Screener – 3 Tips to Getting the Right People

The Art of the Screener – 3 Tips to Getting the Right People

A bit like Goldilocks, you need to get your screener just right. Too narrow, and you end up with no one. Too complex, and you miss even the best candidates. Senior Insights Associate, Tori Palmer-Kern has been building screeners for years. Here’s what she recommends.

What’s that Noise? 5 Terrible Tales of Working from Home

What’s that Noise? 5 Terrible Tales of Working from Home

With the number of remote workers on the rise, it is important to understand the challenges one may face especially as it pertains to background noise during client calls. As a virtual company, we know of what we speak. Here are our work-from-home hacks and horror stories.

No More ‘Thud!’ 4 Tips to Turn Your Insights into Action

No More ‘Thud!’ 4 Tips to Turn Your Insights into Action

The best insights are only as good as the actions they inspire. Conflicting agendas and too-packed calendars often leave teams unable to internalize and take action. These 4 tips will help you turn your next share out into an Application Workshop (or Activation Workshop depending on your company’s nomenclature).