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Colorado in Congress: Arguments and Accord

Posted by on Sep 29, 2015 in Linhart Blog, Our Community

Colorado’s unique brand of purple politics, matching our mountains’ majesty, was on display recently when members of our U.S. House delegation spoke at a luncheon hosted by the Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry, our state chamber of commerce. Five out of seven Colorado House members participated: U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-04); U.S. Rep. Mike…

Google: Logo Redesign Done Right

Posted by on Sep 10, 2015 in Linhart Blog, Our Community

You may have noticed that Google’s logo recently got a makeover. I found the change disconcerting initially, as the old serif logo had been around since 1999, which is about the same time I started getting interested in computers. I was accustomed to the old logo, but I’m happy to see the change. Although the…

Colorado Fracking Battle: Part 2

Posted by on Aug 31, 2015 in Linhart Blog, Our Community

Earlier this year, I promised to report back on a prediction made by Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, who told a meeting of local business leaders that he does not expect to see a ballot initiative to limit fracking in 2016. “I don’t think there will be something that will be funded to any significant extent,…

How to Connect Corporate Culture and Measurement

Posted by on Jul 27, 2015 in Linhart Blog, Our Community

I recently attended Sunrise for Students, an annual breakfast through PRSA Colorado that raises funds to support Colorado State University’s PRSSA chapter. This year, the event focused on company culture and featured Steve Hammack and David Gilles, both communications supervisors at DaVita HealthCare partners. DaVita is a Fortune 500® company that provides a variety of…

Five Best Lines from Hick and Cory at “Colorado’s Energy Future” Breakfast

Posted by on May 31, 2015 in Linhart Blog, Our Business, Our Community

Recently I had an opportunity to attend “Colorado’s Energy Future,” a breakfast sponsored by Vital for Colorado, a coalition of more than 35,000 business and civic leaders who support responsible energy production here. U.S. Senator Cory Gardner and Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper talked about the industry and the role it plays in our state and…

Seven Steps to Create a Culture of Community

Last week, I participated in a “Creating a Culture of Community” workshop at the headquarters of DaVita, a Fortune 500® company that provides a variety of health care services – including kidney care – throughout the U.S. and abroad. The day-long immersion session helped participants explore their own workplace’s culture and offered tips on how…

Women Leading Change: Going beyond International Women’s Day

Members of the Linhart Public Relations team had the opportunity to attend the International Women’s Day Luncheon hosted by WorldDenver on March 6. The Women Leading Change event recognized two women for their efforts locally and abroad and it hosted women leaders from India, Nepal and Sri Lanka to discuss women’s rights. These are my…

Five Lessons from the Hillary Clinton Email Scandal

Posted by on Mar 12, 2015 in Linhart Blog, Our Business, Our Community

When it comes to cyber security, our antennas are up. News stories about security breaches (e.g. the Target credit card database hack) have created more awareness among the American public, and spurred urgency and debate among lawmakers and tech companies. Enter the Hillary Clinton email scandal. She used her personal email account instead of her…

A Culture of Appreciation

Today marks the 20th anniversary of Employee Appreciation Day. While this day may be filled with gifts, awards and celebrations, there’s still one thing that trumps all other forms of appreciation, and that is recognition. But it sounds ironic to celebrate and recognize employees for their hard work on one day – because employees should…

Colorado: A Mile Closer to Space

Posted by on Mar 4, 2015 in Linhart Blog, Our Clients, Our Community

I recently took a behind-the-scenes tour of the Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co. campus in Waterton Canyon, in far southwest suburban Denver. The tour was arranged by the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce Leadership Foundation, and attracted participants from a broad spectrum of Denver’s business community, all with a common interest in space as an…

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