I had a great session with my friend a professional Heidi the other day updating her head shots. Enjoy.
If you are in the Cincinnati area and need professional headshots done for yourself or your employees, let me know.
Creative teams often hold the support beams up for many company divisions to do their own work. But, when company leaders value creativity as a key to the company’s future – creative teams are empowered. Creativity goes beyond art and making stuff, it has to do with how everyone in the organization approaches growth obstacles the company is facing or how customers are served.
Check out this piece from our company CEO on a “vision scape” he had commissioned to serve as a talking point around the importance of creativity and the art of possibilities. Video cred to my creative team members Nick Anderson and Evan White for their good work on the piece, along with interns Erica Weingartner and Erin Hatfield.
Tell the story of your organization. What do you truly believe is core to your business and how will you make a story around those values? Sharing company values and culture can be important for potential clients, current and future employees, and those in your field to see.
In 2009 I launched a business to help churches, ministries, and businesses in the Christian space with their marketing and social media plans, content strategies, and management. With the help of one of my long time friends and favorite designers, Rachel Parks, we launched IceCream Social Experts. Images of the site are below. We had a good run, working with major artist, ministries and churches around the world. But, the old saying is true – those who don’t change die. It was time to shut the site down and start fresh. For all the companies, friends and churches that we have worked with – the future is now.
So I’ve launched CHURCHsocialMEDIA.com to highlight one thing for people, churches, ministries and businesses:
Great stuff to share.
I moved in this direction to replace telling churches why and how they need help with marketing, branding, creative and campaigns – to actually make a site that serves the purpose of helping. If businesses, churches and ministries need help beyond ideas and encouragement, they will ask.
Old site and brand:
Keeping your creative team encouraged and challenged is critical. Check out these 29 ideas creatives can try to keep it fresh. Work hard to facilitate these in your teams.