Video & Goodness: A Beautiful Pairing

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For this edition of the Goodness Report, we asked our VP of Account Services, Claire Markovsky, why video is a great medium for promoting goodness. Claire has 20 years of agency account management experience and spent the five years prior to joining Idea Hall as the Executive Director of Client Services at a video production […]

How To Honor Dr. King’s Legacy This Holiday

For this edition of the Goodness Report, we asked our Strategic DEI&B Partner, Chance Patterson, how to honor Dr. King’s legacy this holiday. Chance serves as a Strategic Advisor to the CEO at The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change and is dedicated to empowering leaders to cultivate inclusive workplaces. Below is […]

The 2022 SoCal Hall-iday Guide

This year’s Hall-iday Guide will help you find key information for SoCal’s best holiday experiences to attend with friends & family! Here are just a few to places to celebrate this season: Surf City Winter Wonderland| Huntington Beach Pier Plaza November 18, 2022 – January 8, 2023 | time varies Surf City Winter Wonderland is […]

Philadelphia Woman Brings Holiday Joy to Seniors in Unexpected Ways

By Caitlin O’Kane, CBS News Santa Claus isn’t the only person who travels around with a vehicle full of toys. Every holiday season, Patricia Gallagher fills her car with stuffed animals and drives around Philadelphia. She doesn’t give them to kids, she gives them to seniors. Gallagher told CBS News her Christmas tradition started in […]

How Great Leaders Communicate

By Carmine Gallo, Harvard Business Review In the age of knowledge, ideas are the foundation of success in almost every field. You can have the greatest idea in the world, but if you can’t persuade anyone else to follow your vision, your influence and impact will be greatly diminished. And that’s why communication is no […]

All-terrain wheelchairs arrive at U.S. parks: ‘This is life-changing’

By Andrea Sachs and Natalie B. Compton, The Washington Post Cory Lee has visited 40 countries on seven continents, and yet the Georgia native has never explored Cloudland Canyon State Park, about 20 minutes from his home. His wheelchair was tough enough for the trip to Antarctica but not for the rugged terrain in his backyard. […]

Meet the Teacher Encouraging Her Students One Affirmation at a Time

By Yi-Jin Yu, Good Morning America A Georgia teacher is on a mission to inspire both her young students and her followers online. Known by her students as Miss P., Anyunna Phillips strives to instill confidence and build up her kindergartners at Barack H. Obama Elementary Magnet School of Technology in Atlanta. She also shares snippets […]

How Executive Teams Shape a Company’s Purpose

By Ron Carucci and Garry Ridge, Harvard Business Review Company purpose has mainstreamed its way into management vernacular, and with plenty of good reason. Evidence from across industry sectors has proven that genuinely purpose-driven organizations outperform their non-purpose-driven competitors on critical metrics. For example, brands that have a clear commitment to improving their customers’ quality of life outperform the stock […]

Aero Angel Nonprofit Flies Sick Kids

By Terry Baddoo, USA TODAY Having a chronically ill child isn’t just physically and emotionally draining; it can also take a toll on your finances. Specialists might not be available in your area, which can mean repeated trips farther away to seek expert care. With some medical conditions, commercial travel isn’t even an option. Such is the case […]