‘Twas the Afternoon Before the Office Holiday Party…

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By Alex Nuttall on December 21st In Uncategorized
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And everyone at Kindle wanted to include YOU in the fun! Check out our very own mannequin challenge video, with a special festive twist. Happy Holidays from everyone on our team. We can’t wait to see what 2017 brings!

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The Power of Podcasts

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By Mercedes Kane on August 26th In Events, Inspiration, Learning, Technology

This year’s Podcast Movement conference in Chicago was an immersion in modern storytelling. I emerged inspired by new opportunities for Kindle to use audio content to help our clients communicate in fresh ways.   Of course, podcasting is not a new medium, but the breakthrough narrative approaches of today’s podcasters, from long-form storytelling to spoken […]

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Susie Wolf Talks Strategy

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By Mercedes Kane on July 27th In Inspiration, Leadership
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Susie Wolf might be Kindle’s newest team member, but she’s no stranger to effective strategic communication. We sat down with Susie and asked her five questions about strategy, and how she plans to approach it with clients at Kindle.   Q: You’ve been in charge of internal communications for both Eli Lilly and Company and Aon […]

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Help Kindle Welcome Susie Wolf!

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By Kindle Communications on June 21st In Leadership, Office, People
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Kindle is thrilled to announce the newest addition to our team. Susie Wolf is joining us as Vice President, Strategic Communications.   Susie comes to Kindle after spending the last four years at Eli Lilly and Company as Senior Director, Global Employee Communications and Executive Engagement. She’s also worked in communications for Aon Hewitt and […]

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Pam Morgan and Alex Nuttall Named Associate Partners

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By Kindle Communications on June 9th In Leadership, Office, People
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Kindle has named Pam Morgan and Alex Nuttall as our first-ever Associate Partners. Pam has been with Kindle from the company’s start, most recently as Executive Producer and Director, Digital Practice.   “I’m thrilled and grateful for this new opportunity to help grow the Kindle brand,” Pam said. “Our people are amazing, and I’m excited […]

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Spotlight On: McDonald’s 2016 Worldwide Convention

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By Kindle Communications on June 8th In Events, Inspiration, Projects, Technology
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In the 20 years that Kindle has partnered with McDonald’s to produce their biennial Worldwide Convention, we’ve helped them get down to business in some truly transformative ways. Powerful multi-screen media, transparent messaging and a live experience unlike any other have kept their diverse global audience of 13,000 returning again and again.   2016 took […]

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Kindle + SXSW 2016 = Inspiration Overload

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By Kindle Communications on March 31st In Inspiration, Learning, People, Technology

SXSW is THE conference to attend for all things interactive, so each year Kindle makes it a point to send some of our people to absorb, explore and get inspired – then bring back what they’ve discovered to our teams and clients.   This March, our Vice President of Digital Strategy, Alex Nuttall and Creative […]

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Measure: Drive L&D Impact with Data

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By Elizabeth Bronwyn on January 29th In Learning, Training
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Modern learners want flexibility in where and how they access information and they require new strategies in order to fully engage them. Here we focus on measuring the impact of training and learning.   In today’s data-driven world, the lack of L&D measurement remains something of a mystery. Only 28% of organizations measure training against […]

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Maximize L&D Engagement: Think like a Marketer

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By Elizabeth Bronwyn on January 22nd In Learning, Training
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Modern learners want flexibility in where and how they access information, and they require new strategies in order to fully engage them. Here we focus on maximizing engagement. “The skillsets required within L&D are changing as learning becomes more integrated with the world of marketing and communications – knowledge management and communications are now key […]

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Micro-size: Develop L&D Assets as Small, Digestible Bites

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By Elizabeth Bronwyn on January 15th In Learning, Training
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Modern learners want flexibility in where and how they access information, and they require new strategies in order to fully engage them. Here we focus on Micro-learning.   Micro-learning is a way of delivering long-form training assets in smaller bursts of information that today’s learner can easily absorb, process, and retain.   It parallels what […]

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