Compliments: they're something we might not pay much attention, but we may owe it to ourselves to take a closer look. It seemed like there was something more to these words of affirmation we can give to other people, but do we know what is most meaningful to say? Is there a great way to say it? Do people even enjoy compliments in the first place?
This 3 Question Survey Series takes a closer look at compliments, and will leave you with 3 take-aways to not only connect better with others, but with yourself. Read the post here!
Just by asking 3 simple questions, you can gain some pretty interesting insights. Whether that is through asking a question about someone's take on a social fad, or maybe topics with a bit more weight, 3 questions can tell us a lot about the people around us and ourselves.
I have launched the 3 Question Survey series to call on my network and the public to see what we can learn. Not only is my hope to discover some interesting points about the world around us, but hopefully cause people to think or act positively as well.
To kick things off, I've started with reading! See the full post to see what insights were gained, and the full list of 85 favorite books.
This campaign for EDQ was created through linking a popular social topic, the Pumpkin Spice Latte, and the main subject matter of the business: data. I surveyed 119 people, including random people throughout the city to collect the data, analyze it, and use it to tell a story and gain insights.
This also served as a way to connect and spread the brand throughout the community.
As the leader of Local Levo: Boston, I planned, organized and executed a panel event, 'The Power of a Network, with women leaders in Boston. These women including Katie Burke, Courtney Cunnane, Pam Willsey, and Cynthia Wachs.
Read my blog post for EDQ to discover key takeaways.
In order to build brand awareness and create an interactive campaign for EDQ, I developed the 'Use Your Data' Campaign, that recognizes those who are doing incredible things with data, and encourages others to do the same.
Examples of the work done in this campaign include the hashtag, collaborating with individuals and businesses to get data stories, and creating an interactive booth in which attendees can share the many ways that they use data, every day.
Featured interview for Emily Ley's Simplicity Series. Emily Ley is a notable boutique lifestyle brand, well known for their simplified planners. The company is also known for its inspirational story of a successful female entrepreneur.
In order to give an inside look at the people who make up EDQ, I created the 'Share a Coke' series. This includes sitting down with employees from across different departments to share their story, and allows readers to get a personal account of employees and culture.
Read this Share a Coke interview, and find others via this link.
Through forming a partnership with Emily Ley, a boutique lifestyle brand, this piece discusses women forging their way in the technology space, and turning to Emily Ley for inspiration.