July 24, 2019
For anyone who follows our blog, I hope you’ve picked up on the fact that we have a pretty spectacular culture here at Brilliant Ink. I am so thankful every day to work with such a brilliant, caring and thoughtful group of people. We aren’t just colleagues, we’re a wolfpack (more on that in a future post!) that looks out for each other, challenges one another, and celebrates our collective and individual successes.
May 1, 2019
While some argue that employee engagement surveys are dead, they can be quite effective in moving the needle on company culture if they’re used correctly. Think of an engagement survey as a thermometer and your company as your baby.
March 20, 2019
It’s been an eventful and introspective several months here at Brilliant Ink. We celebrated 10 years in business, launched our new (and oh so awesome!) brand, and most recently, kicked the tires on our values to see what, if anything, had changed as our team evolved over the years.
March 28, 2018
Employees who use their strengths on the job are more likely than others to be intrinsically motivated by their work -- simply because it feels less like work to them. At the workgroup level, team members who know each other's strengths relate more effectively to one another, boosting group cohesion.
August 15, 2017
Last week, as I’m sure you’ve heard, a Google engineer had his very own Jerry Maguire moment. He penned a 3,000-word memo diving deep into gender biases, and (I’m generalizing here) concluding that biological differences explain why there isn’t equal representation of women in tech and leadership positions.
October 21, 2016
So, you’re building or refreshing your Careers site but don’t have the budget for all the bells and whistles? Believe it or not, you can still make a meaningful and lasting impression without splashy graphics, integrated video and 47 subpages.
June 10, 2016
[no_blockquote text="We are one step closer to telling our daughters that they can be anything they want to be, and actually meaning it. " text_color="c4262e" title_tag="" width="" line_height="" background_color="" border_color="" show_quote_icon="yes" quote_icon_color="" quote_icon_size=""] Whether or not you agree that Hillary Clinton is the best, most qualified candidate in today’s presidential race (we can save that for another post), you cannot deny the fact that this week, Hillary made history as the first female presidential nominee of a major political party.