Join Lee Carter, Katie Cronen, Will Howard, and Rob Ledniczky for a fresh perspective on how the financial industry should be using language to their advantage post the SVB collapse, now and in the coming months.
HearSay closes the year with a bang, as we look at the smartest, savviest, + stupidest messages of 2022. Michael Maslansky and Lee Carter are joined by HearSay veterans Keith Yazmir and Ben Feller, sharing their takes on the top pop culture language moments of the year.
Lee Carter and Michael Maslansky are joined by Ben Feller to highlight examples of right and wrong internal communications within companies, and what you can do today to build more trust for your team.
President Lee Carter and CEO Michael Maslansky are joined by Partner Ben Feller and Vice President Will Howard to talk about how to effectively employ language, from characterizing what your school is and who it’s for to what happens within the four walls of your school to the value your school provides.
President Lee Carter and CEO Michael Maslansky are joined by Partner Ben Feller to uncover the three main themes that are defining this midterm cycle. And why the message that resonates in each of these themes is usually from the party or candidates playing offense rather than defense.
President Lee Carter is joined by Partners Keith Yazmir and Ben Feller for a conversation on how to use language strategy in your everyday life — from meetings, to customer service interactions, to any presentation setting.
President Lee Carter and CEO Michael Maslansky are joined by Senior Vice President Katie Cronen to discuss one of the often overlooked elements of reputation management, the effective use of language, message, and narrative.
President Lee Carter and CEO Michael Maslansky are joined by Partner Ben Feller to talk about the value of personalization, why keeping it simple in your messaging gets you further, and what the idea of credibility and plausibility mean in a post-truth era.
President Lee Carter, CEO Michael Maslansky, and Partner Keith Yazmir highlight what it means to practice active empathy; the need for understanding your audience, especially if you don’t agree with them; and how successful empathy can drive growth for your company.