Why Your Company Needs to Invest in Employee Communications

October 15th, 2021 Tribe Pictures

Jack Welch, former head of GE, suggests that CEOs should think of themselves more as CMOs: Chief Meaning Officers. Along with inspiring their people, Welch believes that keeping people in the loop is an investment well worth the effort. He believes part of the reason for any leader’s existence is “to give purpose to their […]

Measuring Corporate Video Success – Return on Investment, Inspiration, Imagination

June 2nd, 2021 Tribe Pictures

With video at the forefront of marketing all across the board, it’s important to understand whether your endeavors are turning a profit. Your corporation’s return on investment for great communications strategies can take many forms. Rather than a dollar-to-dollar measurement, consider the other valuable impacts your video will yield. I define these as return on […]

Allow Video To Build Your Corporate Legacy

May 26th, 2021 Tribe Pictures

Every piece of media your company creates is a step toward building your legacy. That’s why it’s imperative that all branded media—internal communications, advertisements, social media—supports the story of your corporation. They are digital signposts that display the history of your leadership, actions, and attitudes toward things. Be Recognized For Your Video Stories Companies that […]

Building your Custom Corporate Video Library

March 31st, 2021 Tribe Pictures

When you hire a production company to make your brand film or corporate communications, they’re going to create a great video specifically for your needs. But is your video disposable after just one use? Or are you investing in a long-term, renewable asset? Videos should be multipurpose What people don’t realize when commissioning a video […]

JFK’s Great Public Performance

January 20th, 2021 Tribe Pictures

Today, President Joe Biden takes office as America’s 46th president. Many before him made their mark through policy and leadership, but also through great public speaking performances. Audience Influence: Performance Versus Content The most famous case study of television rhetoric is 1960’s Presidential Debate between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon. America was left with […]

Why Video Matters (To Millennials and Generation Z)

January 8th, 2021 Vern Oakley

People often make the assumption that corporate films are always stiff, dull, and monotone. I’ve spent much of my career shifting that style landscape toward personable and dynamic. The workforce is being taken over by Millennials and Generation Z (everyone born after 1981). And they demand more substance out of their corporations’ media than the […]