Denise Graziano

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Denise Graziano is CEO of Graziano Associates, a boutique marketing communications firm with a unique internal and external approach that helps companies to vitalize their workforce, and build brand ambassadorship from within. ​

5 Risky Imbalances That Keep Businesses From The Results They Expect

Constantly having to react to crises and regain ground is not healthy for growth nor transformation. Here's how to fix it.

Take The Mystery Out Of Creating And Cloning High Performing Teams

How predictive data and analytics can allow you to visually map your team against the work to be done.

The Economics Of Leading In The Age Of The Cancel Culture

Right or wrong, today we are in an environment where fuses are short, grudges are long and the effects to an organization can be financially devastating.

Maintaining Your Team’s Morale And Productivity During COVID-19

The challenges posed to business by the novel coronavirus are unprecedented, but CEOs can help keep spirits up with the following tips.

How To Increase The Odds Of M&A Success

The issues that cause deals to fail can be mitigated with a proactive talent strategy that includes predictive analytics and a comprehensive communication strategy.

5 New Communication Rules For M&A To Retain Talent

Here are five new “rules” to communicate better during M&A or other change that will help you retain talent and thus preserve the integrity of the deal. If you are planning transformation or change other than M&A, these same rules can be applied.
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