April 2015 | HenkinSchultz Creative Services
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April 2015

Creative Inspiration – 5 Ways to Tap into Your Creative Energy

By | Branding, Creativity, Design

Inspiration is a very personal thing. Some people hear a song on the radio that kicks their creativity into high gear. Others need quiet time alone in nature or a no-holds-barred brainstorm where no idea is off limits. Inspiration is where creativity begins, and no matter whether you’re planning a new ad campaign, planning a gala or finding a solution to a unique business challenge, creative thinking is often the key to success. The following are just of few of our favorite ideas for tapping into your creative well. Doodle and jot – Without thinking too much, start with one…

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Team Building – 7 Tips To Help You Hire the Right People

By | Branding, Hiring, Jobs, Leadership

You’ve been there. Hours of reading through unremarkable resumes. Grueling interviews where canned answers are the response du jour. There’s got to be a better way to find the right person for the job. While there is no easy way to fill an open position, finding the right person for the job can have a huge impact on your company in more ways than you think. The wrong hiring decisions can affect your bottom line, employee morale and productivity and can result in customer dissatisfaction, lost sales and delivering lower caliber products. The people that represent your company are an…

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6 Marketing Madness Tips from the HenkinSchultz Playbook

By | Branding, Campaign, Leadership, Marketing

March Madness is sweeping the country this time of year. In the spirit of sportsmanship and team play, we’d like to share a few tips from the HenkinSchultz Marketing Madness Playbook. Joe: “Take your best shot.” – Every project, every time, every day. Kirby: “Show up with your A team.” – Then let them do what they do best. In life, in basketball and in marketing, success depends on the talent and skill of your people. When you work together, you will accomplish amazing things. Joe: “Experience matters.” – In the big game, it’s the teams that have been there…

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