Creatively Corporate

4 Pieces of Career Advice for Communication Graduates

It’s that time of year – graduation season is upon us, and soon a whole new crop of young go-getters will hit the job market. Many of them have spent the last four years studying communications and will look to make an impact using their newly acquired knowledge in a…

Using Music in Your Corporate Videos

I’ve devoted quite a few posts on Creatively Corporate to video production, which is unfamiliar territory to many professional communicators. However, one thing they learn when creating their own videos is that most require music in order for them to be engaging. We want our videos to make an impact,…

5 Tools That Can Help You Build Collaboration

While being creative is very much an individual characteristic, many of us find that we flourish in our creativity by collaborating with others. It’s an effective way to spark ideas and build on the thoughts and concepts from team members. In the age of the internet – where team members…

7 Elements That Can Help You Create a Dramatic Video

Those of us who make videos for our organizations have a great challenge – we’re trying to use this visual medium to build engagement, often by stirring emotions. This is especially true for those of us working in the fields of health care, philanthropy, community activism, nonprofit business, etc. We…

6 Creative Ways to Enhance Your New-Hire Orientation

When I was part of the Internal Communications department for a former employer, we had a hand in executing the orientation for new-hires. Likewise, I’ve spoken to several communicators who play a significant role in the on-boarding of new employees to their respective organizations. It makes sense, after all. We’re…