It is our pleasure to welcome Christina Motley to our Marketing Organizational Leadership series. A strategic marketing executive, Christina has earned over 200 awards for her leadership, creativity, writing and results across all marketing and communications channels. We talked to her about her book, Leadership Philosophies From Unsung Leaders: A compilation of principles and best practices from real people demonstrating positive change through positive leadership.
Jul 29, 2014
DocuStar is delighted to welcome Eric Chester to our Marketing Organizational Leadership series. Eric is an award-winning keynote speaker and author of Reviving Work Ethic: A Leader’s Guide to Ending Entitlement and Restoring Pride in the Emerging Workforce.
DocuStar is honored to welcome Gary Cokins to our Marketing Organizational Leadership series. Gary is the founder of Analytics-Based Performance Management LLC, an advisory firm located in Cary, North Carolina.
DocuStar is honored to welcome Jim Blasingame to our Marketing Organizational Leadership series. Jim is the president and founder of Small Business Network, Inc., a media company dedicated to helping small businesses and entrepreneurs be successful.
May 14, 2013
Last Thursday, DocuStar and the Cincinnati American Marketing Association teamed up to host a panel
discussion featuring executives from the Cincinnati region. Participating in the event were Jerry Kathman, President and CEO of LPK; Chris McNamee, Vice President Marketing, Hobsons; Ed Burghard, CEO & Manager at The Burghard Group; and Heather Adkins, Vice President, Chief Strategy and Mission Officer, The Christ Hospital Health Network; and moderating was Dan Knowles, President of Brand Ubiquity.
Jan 10, 2013
Oct 11, 2012
Generating financial value through marketing investment is a topic we’re passionate about at DocuStar, and we’re looking forward to hearing Cincinnati Bell’s CEO, Jack Cassidy, deliver his upcoming Return on Innovation keynote at the 2012 Cincinnati Innovation Summit.
Jul 03, 2012
Great Britain fought boldly against U.S. Independence in the Revolutionary War. Yet nearly 250 years later, the U.S. is aligned with our friendly fellow across the pond on matters from sharing military intelligence to joint peacekeeping missions alike. What we can learn from this effective bilateral partnership between two former enemies is that history doesn’t always etch our fates in stone – and it is, in fact, possible to transform enemies into allies.