Category Archive for: Culture

5 Simple Ways to Improve Company Culture This Summer (with Examples!)

It should come as no surprise that at the heart of every successful company is a booming company culture. These companies understand that their people are their greatest asset – and when their people feel valued and connected to the company’s values, they’re more likely to succeed and even help grow the business. Here at…

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Boston TechJam

Boston TechJam: Lessons in Building Buzz for Events

Editor’s note: All images vis Matt Tetrault/Pretty Instant Since its start six years ago, SHIFT has been a proud founding partner of Boston TechJam, an event led by Mass Technology Leadership Council to bring awareness to and celebrate Greater Boston’s innovation ecosystem. SHIFT’s helps create buzz leading up to the event, to drive ticket sales, sponsorships…

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values

Why Every Organization Needs to Find New Value in Their Values

When developing content, campaigns and ideas, I spend a lot of my time thinking about audience personas, and specifically, where to find overlapping values. Rarely do I worry about “traditional” demographics, like gender or age or income level. Instead, I like exploring what those demographic categories can lead to on a human level. Because sometimes,…

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working a conference

From Rookie to Pro: Key Takeaways From Working a Conference

Recently, I had the privilege of traveling to San Francisco to work the 2018 RSA Conference with my fellow SHIFTers. As a rookie on an extremely established and experienced account, I was unsure what to expect while attending the conference. Was there enough coffee in the world to prepare me? Fortunately, yes. However, I did…

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sabattical

Taking a Pause on Sabbatical

I hate March. After suffering through months of endless darkness and cold, you are greeted each day with a wonderful mix of mud, dirt and ice. In 2018 all of that changed – I went on my first sabbatical. I have been working since I was 12 years-old and can honestly say that I have…

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sabbatical

Thoughts on How to Balance Rest and Adventure on a Sabbatical

Since SHIFT announced its sabbatical program about four years ago, I have been thinking long and hard about what I would do with this precious time off. In fact, in true B2B PR fashion, I often thought about the ROI of the vacation spend: how I could be optimize the time and leverage it for…

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impactful apology

How to Say Sorry: Framework for Creating an Impactful Apology

I’m sorry. Seems simple, doesn’t it? How have two words become so divisive, so maligned and so suspect in the last year? Those two words are used to begin the journey towards repairing broken trust. In the time of a crisis, how do you develop a meaningful apology to rebuild connections and confidence in a…

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SHIFT communications

Looking Back on 15 Years of SHIFT Communications

Fifteen years ago this week, within the brick-and-beam “elegance” of a bankrupt candy factory, in space shared with a now-long-gone software firm, SHIFT Communications hung its cardboard shingle and opened its doors to what we knew would be the start of something huuuuge. Our blurry eyed optimism convinced us that it would only be a…

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work life

Business Growth & Personal Well-being: A complex chemistry

When you decide to own a business, it’s a given that your personal life completely changes. The struggle comes down to keeping a healthy balance between work and life, with a good mix, it can ultimately make your company extremely successful. So it’s important to keep your personal life in check when taking on the…

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company culture

Embracing Company Culture and Values

One thing I have learned in the short time I have been a member of the PR world is that this world is fast and furious – part of the appeal for me. With all the happenings for clients, prospects and internal agency work, it is rare to find a unique way outside of the…

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