On-Campus and Online: 4 Groups Who Need You to Persist with Hybrid Programming

Major Takeaways: To discard the notion and possibility of virtual programming alongside in-person gatherings, discards a great deal of what we learned in the last fifteen months - including who we can serve, and who wasn't served well "before we went inside."A hybrid programming model can mean offering fully in-person programs alongside virtual events, or … Continue reading On-Campus and Online: 4 Groups Who Need You to Persist with Hybrid Programming

[PODCAST] Talking Creative Bravery, with The Servant Marketer Podcast

Earlier this fall, I had the opportunity to chat with Jenny Petty, host of The Servant Marketer podcast, about how creativity can best serve marketers - and really, anyone trying to get a job done in rapidly changing circumstances - and what it takes to utilize it well. The conversation was a far reaching and … Continue reading [PODCAST] Talking Creative Bravery, with The Servant Marketer Podcast

Cine-spiration Without Heart: Rethinking the BA Test Kitchen

If there's been an upside to this extended "grounding" that the COVID-19 pandemic has created for my normally hustling and bustling work life, it's been the ability to return to the kitchen on a more regular basis. A life that was frequently reduced to Daily Harvest, more frequent than strictly necessary takeout orders, and the … Continue reading Cine-spiration Without Heart: Rethinking the BA Test Kitchen

[PODCAST] “What If It’s Others Who Doubt Me?” with The Impostor Syndrome Files’ Kim Meninger

I always say, once I serve on a panel with you...we're friends for life. I'm a huge fan of your work, and I'm happy to be of help or of service. Today, I'm pleased to share the results of a conversation with a former fellow panelist, Kim Meninger. We worked together last year on a … Continue reading [PODCAST] “What If It’s Others Who Doubt Me?” with The Impostor Syndrome Files’ Kim Meninger

Calling Upon Your Inner Creative During COVID-19: Part 1

I noticed something interesting about creativity and organizations in my earliest years of studying it: organizations were willing to embrace it...when something had gone wrong. Think about it: when are managers, bosses, or leaders most likely to ask for your creative solutions? When you're down a staff member. When funding is interrupted. When circumstances change … Continue reading Calling Upon Your Inner Creative During COVID-19: Part 1