Tag Archives: communications

The Reverse Interview

We all know how the typical job interview goes. The interviewee is asked a series of questions such as, “What are your skills? How long have you been in the field? What are you looking for compensation-wise?…” You all know the drill. We all know these are important questions that are a necessity in the hiring process. But, if the employee is supposed to love their job, shouldn’t the interview experience be reversed/reciprocal?

Elaina Cokinos Elaina Cokinos

How To Appear Human Without Actually Being Human

I’m told that brevity is the soul of wit. As such, I thought about just typing the word “politicians” in this article and calling it done. My goal is to demonstrate that communicators — good people by nature — are taught by the tools they use to believe that it is wisdom to be a liar.

Eliot Frick Eliot Frick

Be Human Salon with Dave Gray

What does it mean to be a “connected” company? We explored this topic at the second Be Human Project Salon at the newly unveiled space of the bigwidesky office in Clayton. The event featured The Connected Company author Dave Gray and was hosted by award winning social media strategist Chris Reimer, proving to be a successful and thought-provoking evening.

Jean Kennedy Jean Kennedy

Be Human Salon: The Right Connection

A salon? That’s what my invitation says: “The Be Human Salon Featuring Special Guest Dave Gray.” Let me tell you why I’m so excited about what is, in fact, a very old idea.

Kevin M. Mitchell Kevin M. Mitchell

TEDxGatewayArch Event Recap

TEDxGateway Arch’s most recent “Confluence” event took place on January 11, 2014. Big thanks to all of our speakers, exhibitors and sponsors for making this day a huge hit!

Jeanette Guellil Jeanette Guellil