February 2012 Posts

Values: Serious vs. Fun

In recent years, several Fortune 500 companies have changed their values to include “fun” in hopes of attracting a younger crowd of future applicants and as an overall sign of changing times. The stodgy corporation that existed 50 years ago […]

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Live the Life You’ve Imagined, Today

Are you living the life of your dreams? If so, way to go. If not, then there’s no time like the present to begin following Henry David Thoreau’s sage advice to “Live the life you’ve imagined.” Another way to put […]

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Yea Lindsay! A Literal Employee Engagement

Sorry gentlemen, Tribe’s Vice President and Creative Director Lindsay Podrid is officially off the market. Ryan, her boyfriend of five years, finally proposed and might have taken a year off my life in the process. It started Saturday afternoon. Ryan […]

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The Vehicles to Communicate Change

A few weeks ago, Alan wrote a blog called The Right Words at the Right Time During Change. He discussed how change happens; it’s unavoidable and gave some great tips for what to say when. Now that you know what to […]

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How Does Employee Engagement Affect the Customer Experience?

At Tribe, our favorite thing to do is to help your team become more engaged. One of the benefits of employee engagement is how it positively impacts a company’s bottom line. Creating a happy workforce, where employees have a clear sense […]

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The Key to Personal Change Management: Cultivate Resilience

How do you respond to changes in your business environment? When your company is downsizing or has lost a major client? When you’re going through a merger? When you’re asked to transfer to another city? If you can cultivate a […]

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The Pinning Appeal: Pinterest

If you’re one of the few who has yet to join Pinterest, all I can say is you’re missing out. Pinterest is the first website where users can log-on for free and create a personalized account where they can house […]

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Which Comes First, The Internal or External Brand?

The real answer is that they are two parts of a whole. Rather than a chicken and egg situation, what we have here is more like the yin and the yang. The external brand is what we want our consumers […]

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Big Project Due? Take It Bird by Bird

Ever felt paralyzed by the enormity of the project sitting on your desk? Have you experienced the creeping panic of a deadline looming closer and closer while you seem to be completely incapable of tackling the task? Take it bird […]

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Engaging Employees by Including Them in the Corporate Strategy

A motivated employee is going to take great pride in what they do and the company they work for. They want to feel that their contributions to the company are not only noticed but also impactful. One of the easiest […]

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