- Sep 20, 2022
Cue the tears: Men tap into their emotions and a new kind of leader emerges
As leaders turn on the waterworks and get in touch with their emotions, CEO Lesley Gold wonders if this is just performative authenticity.
- Aug 16, 2022
Why #RushTok is a masterclass in media training
The recent Crimson Tide-al wave of #RushTok videos show how these young women crush #RushTok and give us a masterclass in media training.
- May 31, 2022
Female Founders Leading Successful Unicorns and IPOs
Female founders raised $40.4 billion in investments. That’s good news. The bad news: It's only 2% of all U.S. investments last year.
- Aug 19, 2021
Why Your Story is Your Most Strategic Asset
‘Help wanted.’ ‘We’re hiring.’ ‘Apply now.’ Businesses across the country are experiencing an extraordinary shortage of talent.
- Apr 27, 2020
When Fact is Fiction: The Erosion of Truth
“I will not die of stupid,” writes Leonard Pitts Jr. for the Tampa Bay Times. He, like many of us, is rebelling against misinformation.
- Dec 2, 2019
Building and Scaling Your Cult Following
This year at Fast Company Innovation Festival in New York, speakers shined a light on the value of building a cult following for your brand.
- Jun 25, 2019
How to Use Data for Storytelling and Audience Engagement
Media is steadily shrinking, and reporters are under enormous pressure to generate more content and more provocative headlines.
- May 20, 2019
When to Rev Up the Content Engine to Scale Your Story
Companies that want to own their destiny create more sophisticated content engines to drive engagement directly with their audiences.
- Apr 22, 2019
The Audience that Inspires Us
The average American spends 728 minutes per day absorbing different types of media. What does this tell us about the future of storytelling?
- Jan 11, 2018
Tonya Harding Hasn’t Changed But Her Audience Has
I was rooting for the orphan. Like any good story, the 1994 figure skating competition at the Olympics had a truly memorable characters.