Give Your Company Great Culture

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Though we’ve focused largely on outside-the-box professional development ideas in our series in investing within this month, internal investment doesn’t begin and end there. Developing a positive, enriching company culture is another key piece of the puzzle. Company culture is defined by intangibles, and employee perks are one contributing factor. There are a variety of ways to offer benefits, and some of them are more unconventional than others. Health insurance and retirement funds are expected, but fun perks have become…

Engaging B2B Prospects Throughout the Buying Cycle

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Today, we begin our series on engagement by discussing one of the most important groups: your target. Engaging prospects is an art that’s been long explored by marketers, though it’s changed a lot in recent years thanks to the internet and social media. While it might be easier to engage leads at some points in the cycle with those tools, at other times it seems nearly impossible to break through the chatter. In B2B marketing, the process of engaging targets…

Employee Spotlight Featuring Kevin Randall

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Great organizations understand the power of their people. Building and reinforcing the brand internally inspires employees to deliver the brand promise to customers at every turn. These advocates help move your organization closer to its vision. When employees are bolstered internally, their expertise often extends itself outside the company, even beyond its customer base. Movéo’s own Kevin Randall, Vice President of Strategy & Planning, is a perfect example. His thinking has been published by The New York Times, The Atlantic,…

Goodbye ROI, Hello IOG

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Today’s guest post comes to you from Bob Murphy, Managing Partner at Movéo.  In 1992, Peter Danaher and Roland T. Rust published a paper in the European Journal of Operational Research titled, “Determining the optimal return on investment for an advertising campaign.” They began with a point of view – “…advertising is an investment, and [we] propose a simple formula for calculating the level of media spending which maximizes the return on investment.” That same year Gary Lilien and Philip Kotler…

Victory is sweetest this way

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Though it is only the end of August, suddenly the end of the year is in sight. It might be a bit too early to celebrate your long-term goals, but it is certainly not too early to enjoy the progress you’ve made. One of the best parts of the goal setting process is the enormous sense of gratification that comes along with accomplishment. You have probably had a few victories this year already, or perhaps you are closer to reaching…

What gets measured gets done

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Today we are talking about a part of goal realization that seems obvious, but is one of the most difficult to master: accountability. Company goal sharing often happens in January, with the rest of the year spent hoping that people are doing their part to contribute. Usually, workloads increase, while unexpected projects creep in and dominate communication channels — goals are rarely discussed again until the next year. We are asking you to take a pledge today that will help…

Start setting yourself up for success with this easy system

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A couple of weeks ago, we talked BHAGs. Let’s go back to that today as we explore tools for goal realization. We’re coming to the end of our month long look at goal setting, and we need to keep the company endgame in mind. The BHAG. Dedicate 30 minutes today to think about the future version of your company. Really consider the details, and don’t be shy. Get specific. Who works there? What is company culture like? How different is…

Those who fall short of their goals probably skip this step

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Goals are tricky. They often seem elusive and unattainable, yet all we want is to make them real. How can you do that? Share your goals. Don’t keep them hidden in your notebook in your desk drawer. Give your goals to your immediate team, your leadership team, and maybe even, when appropriate, share them with some of your family and friends. All of these groups can hold you accountable by checking in on your progress from time to time. If…