Affirming or changing behaviors, these are the main reasons that management communicates with their teams. Standing on a stage and saying "Thanks a lot! Do more..." is generally not an effective strategy. Knowing the mood, attitudes and tastes of the audience is critical to creating messaging that can hep make your business better. We take all factors into account, including budget and existing resources within the client, in creating a successful program or campaign.
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Youngs Communication, Inc. was founded in 1993 to provide world-class communication strategy and services to FORTUNE 500 companies and leading brands.
Since then, we have expanded to serve small and large businesses alike. Whether peer-to-peer, manager-to-subordinate, subordinate-to-manager or management to staff and sales organizations, clear communication is critical to business success. We'll help you make your business, better.
A versatile and seasoned business strategist, Jeff has a rich background as an Executive Producer and Creative Strategist for corporate meetings and events, launching his career at Caribiner in New York and Chicago. He is also an accomplished leadership coach and facilitator. Jeff is all about finding creative solutions and inspiring business leaders to make positive mind shifts in how they do business and lead people.
Over the years, Jeff developed and executed communication campaigns, events and meetings for dozens of blue-chip clients such as Abbott Laboratories, Merck, Corona, Little Caesar’s, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, State Farm and many others.
Jeff recently released his first book, the highly acclaimed The RESET Button: How to Move your Business Forward When There’s No Going Back. He holds a Masters Degree in Psychology and a Leadership Certification from the University of Santa Monica. He also earned a BFA in Film and Television from New York University.
Jennifer has over twenty years of domestic and international marketing and brand management expertise. She has developed business strategies and lead the creative design and logistical execution of a variety of marketing programs via the internet, consumer events, corporate meetings, employee training, and other communications channels.
Prior to joining the Youngs Communication team, Jennifer was Senior Vice President for IAG Research, an advertising and product placement research firm. Before that, Jennifer was head of Business Development for Campos Creative Works, an event management agency. From 1996 – 2002, Jennifer held various marketing and advertising positions at Ford Motor Company. While at Ford, she was responsible for a variety of high profile marketing initiatives including brand positioning efforts, new vehicle launches, major sponsorships, corporate and consumer events, internet initiatives and various multi-dimensional integrated marketing programs. During her tenure at Ford, she was based in Sao Paulo, Brazil for two years and conducted business throughout Latin America.
Jennifer earned a Masters of Business Administration from the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia, and a Bachelor of Arts in Government from Smith College.
Lisa was born in Houston, Texas and at the young age of nine she began theatrical training which set her on a path that would guide her professional life. She moved to New York and began working as a Stage Manager and Director with such groups as The Joffrey Ballet, The Skitch Henderson Orchestra, and various pre-Broadway and non-Broadway productions.
In 1981 she made her Broadway debut as a stage manger and chorus member (she has the distinct privilege of playing the rear end of a camel) in the notorious flop, "Oh Brother."
Eventually, she heard the call of corporate communications and stage managed and produced events for all of the major agencies in New York, Detroit and Chicago.
She moved to Chicago in 1994 and opened her own communications agency, Aileron Creative, Ltd.
Aileron was immediately brought on to help produce the 1994 World Cup opening ceremonies at Soldier Field. Having established herself as a leader in the industry, she has worked with many of the largest corporations in the world in such diverse industries as pharmaceuticals, travel and leisure, telecommunications and food service, to name just a few.
Lisa recently opened a new non-profit theatre venue in Austin, Texas called Ground Floor Theatre as it's Artistic Director, focused on providing a theatrical "home" to underrepresented communities in the Austin area.