Organizational Culture

Your People Are Your Brand

Brands are people. This statement might defy how we technically think about brands. We identify brands by their iconic symbol, a slogan, name or colors. We all know a ‘swoosh’ symbol stands for Nike. The phrase ‘taste the rainbow’ brings a package of colorful Skittles to mind. We know Coca Cola’s colors are red and white. But even the best brands are no more than their…

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Community Development Consultant & Speaker: Diversity, impact organizational change & profit. Free 30 min consult -www.profoundhopeindustries.com/schedule

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