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Storytelling That Guides Vision

November 19, 2014

By: Cathy Gordon

It’s been more than 50 years since Martin Luther King Jr. stood in front of 250,000 on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and delivered what would become one of the most famous speeches in history. Even those of us who weren’t yet born can still quickly call to mind the intonation and the gravity of his words.

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Shooting for Strength

November 18, 2014

By: Mallory Flynn

There are a lot of small pleasures that come from working at Signal Hill, but none are quite as enjoyable as the moment I receive a fresh set of client photos from one of our photographers.

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Spread the Word Through Social Accountability Stories

November 17, 2014

By: Pamela DeLoatch

Social accountability stories are often used by nonprofit organizations to demonstrate the organizations are socially responsible, with work that extends beyond its communities. But these stories can have significant impact in and outside the organizations.

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15 Things We're Thankful For

November 7, 2014

By: Cathy Gordon

The Signal Hill team is grateful for the opportunity to do what we love. In honor of our 15th anniversary, we've come up with this list of the top 15 things we're thankful for:  

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Let's Start at the Very Beginning: How to Write a Strong Lede

November 3, 2014

By: Cathy Gordon

At Signal Hill, we know the best way to engage an audience is through storytelling. Whether it’s an article about person-centered dining trends, a presentation on social media best practices or a weekly team huddle, we always start with story.

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Organizational Storytelling: What's the Next Chapter?

October 31, 2014

By: Pamela DeLoatch

It's not enough to tell a good story. That story has to encourage the audience to react. But how?