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I deleted “just” from everything I wrote. Here’s what happened.

We all have a word that manages to creep into nearly every Slack message or email. Mine is “just.” “I’m just circling back with you to see…” “I just thought about this…” “That’s just the right amount of…” I counted, and one day I wrote the word “just” 11 times. Yikes. It was time for a word detox. So, for a week,...

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Ode to Strengths

An Ode to Strengths

An Ode to Strengths   Recently the Brilliant Ink team began a new journey – one that is very true to who we are as a company. We decided to focus on our strengths.   In a world that’s often fascinated with inadequacies, it’s refreshing to step back, look at our unique abilities, and figure out how to use them to make our team...

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Internal Communications Best Practices Summer 2016

Internal Communications Best Practices – Summer 2016

  Last week, I attended ALI’s 2016 Strategic Internal Communications conference in Boston. It gave me the chance to connect with some really smart folks in our business, and gain insights into key trends and the latest internal communications best practices that shape the work we do every day.   The event chair, the incomparable Steve Schenbaum, kicked  off the event with some...

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Face to Face

If you’re like me, people fascinate you. You love connecting with others and listening to individual life stories is nothing short of amazing. Hence why, nerves aside, I thoroughly enjoy interviews. The whole process, on either side of the equation-- as the interviewer and interviewee. A friend of mine recently applied to a popular and highly engaged company in the Bay...

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Where good ideas come from

What environments foster unusually innovative ideas? This is a question that Steven Johnson, bestselling author of Future Perfect, sought to answer at a recent talk that I had the pleasure of attending. Steven highlighted common themes he’s come across on where good ideas come from:...

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