Transformation takes courage. Kinesis Founder Shawn Busse explores how something so deceptively simple can be the key to your success.
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The words we use on a daily basis can have a surprising impact on the world around us – particularly in business. What do your words communicate?
Many are grappling with how to respond to this national moment of reflection. At Kinesis, we’ve been meditating on the particular importance of symbols.
Tune in for the next installment of our Think Big video series. As a downturn becomes a greater certainty, we discuss the elephant in the room: company layoffs.
We’re living, working, parenting, and friending in a time of disruption and chaos. Companies who embrace innovation are more likely to thrive on the other side.
Did you hire someone recently to fix all your woes in a certain department? Is that person just not cutting the mustard? Here’s why.
In sitting down to write this month’s blog post, I stumbled upon a fundamental barrier to success, in writing and in business: distraction.
Companies that invest in their people and culture have higher employee engagement. The results are increased profitability and better performance.
The Kinesis book, Marketing from the Inside Out, has been wildly successful. The only problem? We need to re-write a chapter of it.
The curse of the trailblazer is that you have to keep trailblazing. Learn how to maintain an innovative spirit in your business.
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