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What’s Missing from Your Corporate Videos?

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Following up on last week’s post, How to Create Your New Slant on Corporate Videos, here is another example of a powerfully compelling video containing the one important element missing from many corporate videos: empathy.

Empathy: The Human Connection to Patient Care by Cleveland Clinic

You can also find The Cleveland Clinic video and an article about creating more empathy through video at www.teamworkandleadership.com.

As you can see, making a difference in people’s lives builds trust and credibility and of course, creates a better world for all of us! Want to learn how? Check out In Video, Connecting is King, from www.ragan.com, for some advice on how to get started.

How are you developing more empathy in your professional and personal lives?

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Author: plbieniekabc

I'm dedicated to growing your business legacy through strategic planning, collaborative brand building, and multi-media content creation and marketing. I'm an Accredited Business Communicator with 20 years of experience in creating best practice communication programs for corporate environments. My diverse industry expertise includes real estate, relocation, financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, automotive, IT, casino, and tourism/travel/hospitality. Contact me to create masterpiece communications for lasting impressions.

2 thoughts on “What’s Missing from Your Corporate Videos?

  1. Very powerful video! Great example!

  2. Pingback: A New Twist on Storytelling – The Cleveland Clinic Empathy Series Continues | Starry Blue Brilliance

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