Based on our experience, now is the time is when the requests typically start coming in to professional service firms. Everything that got procrastinated all year or couldn’t get approved during the summer requires sudden, urgent attention between the day after Labor Day and about a week after Thanksgiving.
Matt Friedman catches up with Walsh College’s Joe Impellizzeri who is part of what could be Michigan’s greatest example of business communication collaboration. A leader in the Planned Giving Roundtable of Southeast Michigan.
The future of Michigan’s workforce was a major topic at the 2018 Mackinac Policy Conference. One of the experts part of that discussion was David Palmer Senior Director for Strategies & Partnerships at the Workforce Intelligence Network (WIN) for Southeast Michigan.
He talks in this segment about the communications challenges in speaking to workforce development and how his organization overcomes them.
Communicating with a large, urban-based workforce offers some insights that can be helpful for any business.
Bedrock’s Kevin Bopp talks about how employees in the growing business since in Downtown Detroit are kept updated on things like parking. What they do can apply to your challenges and opportunities.
Sometimes, charities that successfully raise money can be models for any organization’s communications effort. Kevin Roach, of Methodist Children’s Home Society in Redford, MI, shares advice based on that organizations recent efforts. It also comes down to showcasing the right stories.
How can the complex be made simple? You can learn a bit about how to communicate your business after listening to the professional tasked with building interest around and business within lightweight materials.
Joe Steele is an experience communicator who offers advice based on his experience. Steele is with “LIFT” Lightweight Innovations For Tomorrow in Detroit.