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COMMUNICATE: Talking Your Walk to Influence and Inspire (Chapter 6)

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COMMUNICATE: Talking Your Walk to Influence and Inspire

Like the old "location, location, location" maxim from the world of real estate, many leaders cite "communication, communication, communication" as the key to successful organizations. But how exactly does an individual or company create and maintain an effective communication process?

In our Innovators Interview, Libby talks with Heather Rim, vice president of Global Corporate Communications for Avery Dennison Corporation. Heather joined Avery Dennison in 2010 working on internal communications and is now responsible for the strategic direction and management of all aspects of corporate communications for the company. Before joining Avery Dennison, Heather was VP of Communications for the Disney ABC Television Group, and before that she worked in marketing and communications for WellPoint and Countrywide.

In our final segment, Q from U, Libby answers a listener question from an executive who wants to know how to embark on a job search without her boss finding out.

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Contribution: If Not You, Who?

Even if you don't work for a triple bottom line business - specifically dedicated to people, planet, and profit - you can still make a difference in your community, get your workforce engaged, and give your brand a boost all at the same time. Find out how you can make a contribution as an individual or as part of an organization right now.

 

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