President’s Perspective: Work-Life Balance and Long-Term Success

Posted by Lisa Bodine on May 26, 2022 9:00:00 AM

Do you often find yourself struggling to prioritize between your personal and professional activities? Take a look at this blog written by our Giant President, Lisa Bodine, on how fostering a sustainable work life is key to reaching your highest potential.

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Topics: Productivity

Value Creation and Risk Reduction: Why ESG Matters for Investors (and Business Leaders)

Posted by Jena Mertz on Mar 29, 2022 11:00:00 AM

If you own a business (or work in organizational leadership), you probably have some questions about ESG. Is it really new? Is it just a fad? And, most critically, is it something that matters for your company?

The answers, succinctly put, are yes, no, and definitely.

More questions? Don’t worry. We’re here to explain the what, why, and how of implementing an ESG strategy in your business—as well as why the investor community is sitting up and paying attention.

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Topics: ESG

How to Market Your ESG Efforts

Posted by Sally Carlson on Feb 28, 2022 2:54:14 PM

As beloved Minnesota-born singer/songwriter Bob Dylan famously wrote, the times, they are a-changin’—and the way successful businesses run their companies is changing, too. 

Between a multi-year global pandemic, increasingly urgent climate change concerns and the snowballing impact of social inequalities, continuing to take a business-as-usual approach is no longer sustainable, responsible or right. Investors, employees and consumers alike are looking toward companies emphasizing ESG—environment, social and governance—at every business level. 

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Topics: ESG Marketing

Intern Spotlight: Katie Udell

Posted by Giant Voices on Feb 17, 2022 11:15:00 AM

Giant Voices, Inc. (Giant Voices) is thrilled to welcome Katie Udell on as an intern this fall! Get to know her in this intern spotlight.

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Celebrating Giant Culture (And How to Build Your Own)

Posted by Charlotte Muzzi on Jan 31, 2022 10:00:00 AM

Earlier this month, we wrote about how your new employees hold the key to understanding your company culture.

In a nutshell, because your recent hires lack institutional context, they’ll notice things that your more senior employees take for granted. They also have ready access to comparison (in the form of their previous positions), and they may be able to provide valuable insights into both your organization’s strengths and areas for improvement.

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