Category Archives: Services

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Chris Averill

Last week, Governor Jerry Brown ordered California’s first-ever statewide mandatory water restrictions in response to the state’s ongoing drought. From September 2014 through February 2015, the average daily per capita water consumption in California was 111 gallons, and varied between

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Jack Eisenhauer
Engaging CEOs to Solve the World’s Problems
Jack EisenhauerApril 7, 2015

Tackling today’s biggest challenges requires the public and private sectors to coordinate their intellectual and financial resources across multiple industries and disciplines. But even highly committed partners using the best collaborative models may find their progress stalled. The sheer complexity

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Sarah Lichtner
Four Key Components of Business Continuity
Sarah LichtnerMarch 24, 2015

I was recently ill with a stomach virus that prevented me from attending an important client meeting. Luckily, I had planned ahead and developed PowerPoint slides and other essential materials two days prior to the meeting, just hours before falling

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Annie Best
Data Visualization: What Inspires Me
Annie BestMarch 12, 2015

Looking critically and analytically at vast amounts of sometimes disjointed information is an important part of any communicator’s job. As a visual communicator, I spend most of my time thinking through how to present complex ideas or topics in a

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Lindsay Pack
Four More Awards for Nexight Communications
Lindsay PackJanuary 30, 2015

Effective technical communications are a cornerstone of Nexight’s approach to solving complex problems. It’s not enough to just conduct research, talk to stakeholders, or facilitate a meeting—you have to compile and communicate the results in a clear and concise way that

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Victoria Markovitz
5 Steps to Make Your Blog Posts Better
Victoria MarkovitzJanuary 13, 2015

At Nexight Group, blogs are an important way for us to demonstrate our expertise and provide readers with insight into the people who make our company successful. We’ve gotten cold calls from prospective clients based on blog posts and heard

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Patrick White
Top Tools to Drive Change Management
Patrick WhiteJanuary 12, 2015

There are a wealth of strategies out there that will help you drive and manage change in large and small projects—I’ve shared four simple techniques to lead change here before. Yet these often feel very abstract. The approach sounds great,

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Jack Eisenhauer

A small article appeared this month in the Washington Post—What your company can learn from the rise of craft beer—that struck a chord with me. It pointed out that craft beer sales took off during the recession, growing 17.2 percent

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Christiana Sherman
Checklists: A Necessary Tool for Reducing Error
Christiana ShermanDecember 19, 2014

In our work lives, we spend a large portion of our time not just carrying out daily tasks, but also keeping track of them and responding to the consequences of a mistake. Checklists are a common tool that many of

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Lindsay Pack
Building Global Health Resilience
Lindsay PackNovember 18, 2014

The Ebola epidemic has thrust into the spotlight the world’s ability (or perhaps inability) to come together to rapidly address global health crises. Although some argue that there have been successes, the general consensus is that the international response was

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