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Finding Your Core Marketing Story
Hello all, I'm Kathy Klotz-Guest of Keeping it Human. On the next episode of "Jargonorrhea Live, A Viral Marketing Show" we'll discuss ways for uncovering your core marketing story. Underneath jargon, super serious "strategic messaging," and our own perceptions is who we really are in the world. Your core marketing story should shout that proudly to the world! Join us for fun, tips and no BS! While this show is primarily for C-level executives, marketing execs and business owners, anyone working in marketing can benefit from a great new tip or two delivered in a fun, different way. Join me!
Creating a Human Workplace - A Chat with Liz Ryan
I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human. This show airs Thursdays at 3:30 PM PDT. Keeping it Human is about human speak, not marketing speak, that gets results. We focus on great tips and fun guests without the marketing BS.  If you're looking for jargon-monoxide poisoning, we recommend our competition. Every workplace must be 'human' Corporate structures of the early 20 century don't work today. While some workplaces are innovative; others stifle innovation and human ingenuity. Employees want meaningful work, they want to be respect, they want flexibility, and they want human workplaces. If employees aren’t treated well, they can’t take care of customers well. It is that simple. So what does it mean to be a human workplace and how do we get there? Join me and my guest, The awesome Liz Ryan, Nov 14th at 3:30PM PDT for a kick-ass conversation! Email questions: kathy@keepingithuman.com Visit the human workplace:http://www.humanworkplace.com About Liz Ryan Liz Ryan is CEO of Human Workplace, a former Fortune 500 Human Resources VP and the world's most widely-read career and workplace advisor. Liz is shaking up the traditional career marketplace and helping working people around the world take charge of their careers. Liz reaches 30 million readers per month via Business Week, Yahoo!, TIME.com, Harvard Business Review, LinkedIn, the Denver Post and Huffington Post. Liz is a commentator for CNN, MSNBC, BBC Radio, NPR, and an advisor to her fans around the world. Liz is the author of "Happy About Online Networking: the Virtual-ly Simple Way to Build Professional Relationships." Liz and her husband Michael live in Colorado with their five kids. When she's not writing, speaking or drawing, Liz sings opera professionally.  
Digital Customer Delight: A Chat with CustomerThink's CEO
I'm Kathy Klotz-Guest, podcast host and CEO of marketing firm, Keeping it Human. We turn marketing-speak into human speak and stories that get results! With this show, we focus on great tips and fun guests without the marketing BS.  If you're looking for jargon-monoxide poisoning, we happily recommend our competition. Creating Customer Delight in a Digital World 'Delighting the customer' is the cornerstone of great marketing, customer engagement, and customer referrals. With the explosion in social media, there are new ways to increase customer service and amplify the customer delight factor. How can we delight customers today? Who is doing it well? What must businesses do to increase delight? Join us Thursday, July 25th, for a great conversation with CEO of CustomerThink.com, Bob Thompson. About Bob Thompson, Founder and CEO of CustomerThink.com Bob Thompson is founder and CEO of CustomerThink Corporation, an independent research and publishing firm specializing in customer-centric business management. He is also founder and Editor-in-Chief of CustomerThink.com, the world’s largest online community dedicated to helping business leaders develop and implement customer-centric business strategies. He is a popular keynote speaker in conferences and seminars worldwide.  In 2013, his book on Customer-Centric Business Management will be published, revealing the five habits of top-performing companies.  
Lighten Up Your Marketing and Stand Out!
I'm Kathy Klotz-Guest, podcast host and CEO of marketing firm, Keeping it Human. We turn marketing-speak into fun human speak and stories that get results! We focus on great tips and fun guests without the marketing BS.  If you're looking for jargon-monoxide poisoning, we happily recommend our competition.   Humor is human and it matters now more than ever! In a world of noise and too much content chasing too little mindshare, it's important to stand out and make that human connection. So what can businesses do to lighten up? More than you might think! You don't have to be an improviser or comedian to get started. Even small changes can have a huge impact. Join me Thursday, March 14th for an episode full of examples, fun, and funny!  
Great Content Starts with a Story Strategy - What's Yours?
I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human. This show airs most Thursdays at 3:30 PM PDT. Keeping it Human is about human speak, not marketing speak, that gets results. We focus on great tips and fun guests without the marketing BS.  If you're looking for jargon-monoxide poisoning, we happily recommend our competition. Story Strategy The key to great content is having an overarching company story and story strategy. Who are you in the world? How do you make a difference in customers' lives? Your story is a strategic GPS that drives your content. Without knowing your core story - your content has no cohesive glue. Join me Thursday, October 3rd! We'll be talking about the power of a core story and how that can drive a 'human' content strategy. Got questions? Email me: kathy@keepingithuman.com! Have fun, learn stuff! Now with more gluten!  
PR That Works! Promoting Subject Matter Expertise
Hello everyone! I'm Kathy Klotz-Guest, host of Jargonorrhea Live - A Viral Marketing Show, and CEO of marketing firm, Keeping it Human. My company turns marketing-speak into human speak that gets results. My goal with this show to provide fun, lively marketing conversations with great guests without the self-promotion, spin and jargon-monoxide poisoning that pervades most marketing. So if you're looking for jargon, we're happy to recommend our competition. Today, we'll be speaking with Dennis Erokan of Placemaking Group about PR and how to position yourself as a subject matter expert. Thought leadership can help differentiate you and your company in a crowded market. How do create a compelling message and how do you get the word out about what you do? Join us for a fun, insightful, and "human" conversation!
Story Spine: Simple Model for Business Storytelling
I love this model: It's called the 7-Step Story Spine created by Kenn Adams. I have written about it many times and have used it for years. I learned this model in improv theater - yes, the stage! The stage is where great storytelling happens that takes us on an emotional journey that we care about. It's just one approach to getting started, and, as you get more experienced and comfortable with the main pieces, you can adapt, extend, add on to this model. It's a great, simple way to think through narrative structure for any story. The 'once upon time' approach is a universal method that we all recognize and it models not only how great stories move through different elements; it works because that's how our human brains think. In stories!  
Find Your Content Voice - How Jason Miller Became a Content Rock Star
Welcome to The Keeping it Human Improvised Marketing Show  I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human, in Silicon Valley. This show airs Thursdays at 3:30 PM PDT most days.  We help business and marketing executives and their teams humanize what they do by telling their most important company, product, employee, and customer stories to the world. This podcast is all about making marketing more human, fun and effective. We are a jargon-monoxide-poisoning free zone. Leave a comment on the blog. How to Find and Hone Your Content Voice Your content's secret sauce depends on your voice. How do you hone it so it works for your organization? Join me as I chat with one of my favorite content people who helps dial LinkedIn's marketing content to 11, Jason MIller. Jason worked in music for 10 years before moving to B2B. Today, he helps shape LinkedIn Marketing's voice and he uses his personality to do it. Get ready to turn up your content voice to a Spinal Tap 11. About Jason Jason Miller leads global content and social initiatives for LinkedIn Marketing Solutions helping marketers understand how to use LinkedIn to achieve their marketing goals.  Before B2B, he spent ten years at Sony developing and executing marketing campaigns around the biggest names in music. When he is not building campaigns and creating remarkable content and tracking the ROI, he is winning awards as a concert photographer, singing 80’s metal karaoke, and winning at Seinfeld trivia. Jason is a frequent contributor to Content Marketing Institute, Social Media Examiner and has presented at numerous industry conferences including Dreamforce, Social Media Marketing World and more.  
Humor in Marketing - How BetaBrand's CEO Built His Company
Welcome to Jargonorrhea Live – A viral marketing show with serious tips and a sense of fun. I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human, coming to you live from San Jose, CA, in Silicon Valley. This show airs Thursdays at 3:30 PM PDT.  We help marketing executives and their teams tell their most important company, product and customer stories to the world. This podcast is all about making marketing communications and content more human, fun and effective. We are a jargon-monoxide-poisoning free zone. Leave a comment on the blog. Humor in Marketing - BetaBrand Style Betabrand CEO Chris Lindland built his company using funny memes on the Internet to sell pants! With humor and fun, he turned BetaBrand into an organization well known for being different, fresh and current with Internet-inspired themes. How did they do it? What tips can marketing organizations glean? Join me Thursday, Feb 26 for a conversation with BetaBrand CEO Chris Lindland.  
Brand Storytelling and Vulnerability: From Messy to Elevated Message
Welcome to The Improvised Marketing Show! I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human, coming to you live from San Jose, CA, in Silicon Valley. This show airs Thursdays at 3:30 PM PDT twice each month.  We help organizations, execs, and their teams humanize their most important stories! And we do it with fun and humor. As always, we are a jargon-monoxide-poisoning free zone. Leave a comment on the blog. Or email me: kathy@keepingithuman.com! Brand Storytelling: Finding Your Message in the Messy You are a busines owner and young mom celebrating your new roles when life throws you a curveball: you are diagnosed with lung cancer, and you never smoked. What do you do? How do you pick up, move forward, and use that as fuel to hone your personal and brand stories? Well, if you are Felicia Slattery, author and speaker, you fight hard, keep going, and grow your business. You turn messy into a message with a mission. Join me for a great chat with the wonderful Felicia Slattery at 11AM PDT Thursday! (NOTE: special time!) Felicia Slattery, M.A., M.Ad.Ed., is on a mission to motivate, inspire and train experts, business owners, entrepreneurs, CEOs and celebrities to create meaningful connections through effective communication and public speaking. The Amazon  #1 best-selling author of “Kill the Elevator Speech,” and “21 Ways to Make Money Speaking” is also the creator of the Signature Speech™ system and is an internationally-acclaimed, award-winning speaker. Felicia presents to audiences large and small on topics related to communication, speaking, and being a successful entrepreneur in spite of everything life can throw at you. 
What Makes Things Funny & What Marketers Can Learn - A Chat with Peter McGraw
I'm Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human, in the heart of Silicon Valley. We help marketing executives and teams tell their best and most important company, product and customer stories to the world. We are a jargon-monoxide-poisoning free zone. Our show is created especially for marketing execs and teams. Comment on the blog. Follow Kathy What's Funny: The Humor Code Research over the years has tried to answer the question: what makes things funny? Understanding how the brain processes humor can help marketers use it in a much better way (we hope, anyway!). Join us July 10 when we talk to Peter McGraw, co-author of The Humor Code, about his theory on what makes things funny. About Dr. McGraw, a professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder, is an expert in the interdisciplinary fields of emotion and behavioral decision theory. Most recently, he has been examining the antecedents and consequences of humor. He directs the Humor Research Lab (HuRL). McGraw holds appointments in marketing at the Leeds School of Business and in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. McGraw is willing to leave the ivory tower to  try his hand at stand-up at a dive bar, attending a funeral director convention, pose as a shopper at a gun show, or sing hymns at a Baptist church. His work has been covered by NPR, BBC, Scientific American, Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and the Financial Times. With Joel Warner, he has co-authored The Humor Code: A Global Search for What Makes Things Funny.  
Social Media Shakeup: My Chat with SMT's Robin Fray Carey
Jargonorrhea Live - A Viral Marketing Show I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human, coming to you live from San Jose, CA, in Silicon Valley. This show airs Thursdays at 3:30 PM PDT.  We help marketing executives and their teams tell their most important company, product and customer stories to the world. This podcast is all about making marketing communications and content more human, fun and effective. We are a jargon-monoxide-poisoning free zone. Leave a comment on the blog. Follow Kathy. Social Media Shakeup 2014 - What's New, Old, and Needed What's new in the world of social media marketing? What should organizations be doing? Join me October 9th when my guest, Robin Fray Carey, founder of Social Media Today, joins me for an update on what we need to be doing better when it comes to social media marketing. AboutRobin Robin Fray Carey founded Social Media Today LLC, in 2007.  Prior to that, she ran a media consulting company for 16 years, and worked with Time Inc, Newsweek, BusinessWeek and Ziff-Davis. She leads a team that curates web-based content about social media and other topics, speaks frequently about social media, and is an advisor to Social Week, Social Media Today’s sites have been the recipient of numerous awards, including a Shorty Award for Best Green Site and a Society for New Communications Research Corporate Communications.  She is the past co-chair of the Women's Refugee Commission, on whose board she served for 9 years.  Follow Robin
Why 2014 is a Bold New Year for Content Marketing - A Chat with Ann Handley
I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human, coming to you live from San Jose, CA, in the heart of Silicon Valley. This show airs Thursdays at 3:30 PM PDT.  Keeping it Human helps marketing executives and their teams tell their best and most important company, product and customer stories to the world. We are a jargon-monoxide-poisoning free zone. Our show is created especially for marketing execs and their teams. Content Marketing Content marketing is not a new concept - yet, it's undergoing some big changes. What are the key trends? What do you need to do differently this year? Join me Tuesday, February 11, at 10:30AM PDT for a special one on one with the one and only, Ann Handley of Marketing Profs! About Ann Cited in Forbes as the most influential woman in Social Media, Ann Handley is the Chief Content Officer of MarketingProfs, a training and education company with the largest community of marketers in its category. She is a monthly columnist for Entrepreneur magazine, a member of the LinkedIn Influencer program, and the co-author of the best-selling book on content marketing, Content Rules: How to Create Killer Blogs, Podcasts, Videos, Ebooks, Webinars (and More) That Engage Customers and Ignite Your Business. The book has been translated into nine languages.
Rock Your LinkedIn Profile Story-Style! My Chat with Chuck Hester
I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human, coming to you live from San Jose, CA, in the heart of Silicon Valley. This show airs Thursdays at 3:30 PM PDT.  Keeping it Human helps marketing execs and their teams tell their best and most important company, product and customer stories to the world in human-speak. We are a jargon-monoxide-free zone. Our show is created especially for marketing execs and their teams. Your Marketing Story Resumes are dead. You need to tell your story using LinkedIn in a dynamic, fresh way that brings together visual content and customer outcomes. So how do you keep your personal and/or company profile from flatlining? Join me Jan 30th at 3:30PM PDT for a great chat with one of my fave LinkedIn peeps, Chuck Hester.  Email kathy@keepingituman with your questions and don't forget to leave a comment on the blog after the show! About Chuck A LinkedIn power connector with more than 13,000 direct connections, Chuck is a sought-after expert on the subject of using LinkedIn for media relations, building contacts, and for personal and professional branding. He’s addressed conferences in Canada, Australia and throughout the United States. The Chief Connections Officer at Chuck Hester Enterprises, Chuck helps businesses get their stories told through influencer relations, great PR strategies and hard work.  He also offers LinkedIn Corporate Boot Camps for businesses. He is the author of Linking in to Pay it Forward. Follow Kathy Follow Chuck
Cartoons and Marketing: A Chat with Liza Donnelly
I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human. This show airs most Thursdays at 3:30 PM PDT. Keeping it Human is about human speak, not marketing speak, that gets results. We focus on great tips and fun guests without the marketing BS.  If you're looking for jargon-monoxide poisoning, we happily recommend our competition. Cartoons Can Teach Us A Lot About Marketing In a world of too much noise, the most difficult part of reaching customers is connecting – being brief and meaningful. This is where cartoons can teach business owners, entrepreneurs, marketers tons. Those short captions that get to the whole story – yep, that’s about as much time as you have to reach your audience today! Join me Thurs, September 19th, for a lively chat with cartoonist Liza Donnelly about  humor, and why marketing can learn a hell of a lot from cartoons. About LizaDonnelly Liza Donnelly is a cartoonist and writer for The New Yorker Magazine, Forbes.com and WomensEnews.org. As a public speaker, she delivered a very popular TED talk, and travels as a cultural envoy for the US State Department. Donnelly is the author/editor of fifteen books, among them When Do They Serve The Wine?;  Funny Ladies: The New Yorker's Greatest Women Cartoonists and Their Cartoons,  a history of women cartoonists. Her new book is titled Women On Men, due out in 2013. She is a charter member of Cartooning for Peace, and is one of the founding members of the US chapter of the international cartoonists’ organization FECO. She conceived of and edits World Ink.org, a site of cartoons from contributors around the globe. She has curated numerous exhibits of international cartoonists, here and abroad.
What's the Future of Business: A WTF Chat with Brian Solis
NOTE: THIS CALL HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED TO JUNE 20  I'm Kathy Klotz-Guest, podcast host and CEO of marketing firm, Keeping it Human. We turn marketing-speak into human speak and stories that get results! With this show, we focus on great tips and fun guests without the marketing BS.  If you're looking for jargon-monoxide poisoning, we happily recommend our competition. What's the Future of Business (WTF)? It's the end of business as usual. Yes, that's the name of another book by Brian Solis. The relationship between businesses and customers is rapidly changing. The buyer's journey has changed, and customers aren't getting most of their information about businesses from the vendors themselves. So what is the future of business anyway? And WTF will Brian Solis do next?! Join me for a lively, fun and sure to be great conversation with Brian Solis. About Brian Brian Solis is principal at Altimeter Group, a research firm focused on disruptive technology. A digital analyst, sociologist, and futurist, Solis has studied and influenced the effects of emerging technology on business, marketing, and culture. Solis is also globally recognized as one of the most prominent thought leaders and published authors in new media. His new book, What’s the Future of Business (WTF), explores the landscape of connected consumerism and how business and customer relationships unfold and flourish in four distinct moments of truth. His previous book, The End of Business as Usual, explores the emergence of Generation C, a new generation of customers and employees and how businesses must adapt to reach them. Prior to End of Business, Solis released Engage, which is regarded as the industry reference guide for business to market, sell and service in the social web.  
Social Enterprise: Content Lessons From IBM's Susan Emerick
I'm Kathy Klotz-Guest, podcast host and CEO of marketing firm, Keeping it Human. We turn marketing-speak into stories that get results! With this show, we focus on great marketing and communications tips and fun guests without the spin.  If you're looking for jargon-monoxide poisoning, we happily recommend our competition. Content, Employee Experts, and the Social Enterprise On the front lines of huge content, big data and employee advocate programs, IBM has managed to successfully lead a number of social  shifts. How does a large company empower employees to build both personal influence, and be powerful company brand advocates? What are the lessons in becoming more content-driven / employee content-driven? What about big data? Join us Thurs, Aug1, for an insightful chat with IBM’s Susan Emerick. About Susan Emerick leads global enterprise social business programs for IBM, a company with more than 430,000 employees. A passionate marketer and speaker, she enjoys redefining marketing “as we know it” as a result of emerging technology & big data. In 2008, Susan co-founded a social insights practice at IBM, to continuously apply social listening insights to marketing planning and social engagement. In 2011, Susan was named to the iMedia Top 25 Internet Marketing Leaders and Innovators, an annual list of cutting-edge creative professionals, strategists, and  innovators. Susan uses her expertise to influence the standards of word of mouth research and measurement. Her book, The Most Powerful Brand on Earth, How to Transform Teams, Empower Employees, Integrate Partners and Mobilize Customers to Beat the Competition in Digital and Social Media which she co-authored with Chris Boudreaux will be available in September.
Innovation Increments: Small Changes Can Lead to Big Results
Hello everyone! I'm Kathy Klotz-Guest, host of Jargonorrhea Live - A Viral Marketing Show, and CEO of marketing firm, Keeping it Human. My company turns marketing-speak into human speak and stories that get results!  We also put human-centered design thinking back at the center of your product and service innovation efforts. So if you're looking for jargon-monoxide poisoning, spin and BS, we're happy to recommend our competition.  2013 is just around the corner. It's the time for marketing and business leaders to think about what changes, or innovations, they will make in their business. I have. Innovation has unfortunately become a buzzword; yet, it's critical for growth. Join us as we talk to my good friend and colleague, Francine Gordon, PhD, about breaking down the barriers to innovating. "Innovation" most often involves evolutionary, incremental changes, not big revolutionary break-throughs. And there are many ways to create great changes for your business. Join us as we breakdown buzzwords, punch 'paradigm-shifts' in the face (they have it coming!), and discuss practical ways to make jargon-free, innovative changes in your business. Francine is the founder of F Gordon Group. WIth a PhD in organizational behavior from Yale, and years applying techniques for companies such as AT&T and Boston Consulting Group, Francine helps organizations approach innovation in new ways.  Kathy and Francine also teach together in the Continuing Studies Program at Stanford Unniversity where they share the lessons of marketing and business innovation, risk-taking, and creative play with their students.
Humanizing an Oil Company - A Chat with Shell's Don Bulmer
Hello everyone! I'm Kathy Klotz-Guest, host of Jargonorrhea Live - A Viral Marketing Show, and CEO of marketing firm, Keeping it Human. One of the most powerful ways of humanizing a company is through stories. Join us on October 25th for a great discussion about storytelling and humanizing Shell Oil Company with its VP of Communication Strategy, Don Bulmer. A former SAP executive, Don has helped the company uncover and tell the stories of organizations that Shell has touched in a positive way - not an easy task for a company in an industry plagued by poor reputation and low consumer trust. Don also helped launch the new consumer Facebook page for the organization where it generated over 1 million likes in a matter of months! Recently, Shell was named by MIT's Technology Review and Thomson Reuters as one of the world's most innovative companies. So how did Shell manage to humanize the company and set it apart? How did it excavate global stories of innovation, and still manage to act locally? Join us for a lively discussion - always! - and find out!      
Hey Marketers: What's Your Video Story?
Hello all, I'm Kathy Klotz-Guest, host of Jargonorrhea, a Viral Markeitng Show,  and CEO of Keeping it Human. We have a lot of fun, steer clear of jargon-monoxide poisoning, and take our marketing seriously! Video is a powerful, visual storytelling medium and it drives views and search. What is your video strategy? With all the talk about "viral," what do companies really need to understand about video? Next time, September 6th, we'll talk, about the keys to great video and how to increase your chances of storytelling success.Hint: viral is NOT a strategy. Unless you're a germ. Join us! We'll see you soon.
Great Marketing Leads with Passion and Values
Hello everyone! I'm Kathy Klotz-Guest, host of Jargonorrhea Live - A Viral Marketing Show, and CEO of marketing firm, Keeping it Human. Join us Thursday, October 11th for a lively discussion about growing business by leading with your passion and values.Our guest is fun and engaging Fresh Dialogues Founder, Alison van Diggelen (www.freshdialogues.com). Of course, she's fresh - it's in the name! Alison turned her reporting experience and interest in green technology into a successful content business where she interviews some of the biggest movers and shakers in the green sector. She has built her credibility by leading with her values and her tremendous passion. And so can you. Join us for an informative, fresh perspective on marketing!
Age of Context: A Non-Naked Conversation With Shel Israel
I'm Kathy Klotz-Guest, CEO of Keeping it Human. On August 23rd, my birthday, we will have Shel Israel, co-author of Naked Conversations and author of Twitterville, on the show to give us a preivew of his upcoming book with Robert Scoble, The Age of Context.  How does marketing change in the Age of Context? Why does context matter now more than ever? Join us for a Non-Naked Conversation. Or it could be. Hey, it's radio! Please note: Shel Israel was originally scheduled to appear on the August 16th show, and had to reschedule to the 23rd.  
Reinvigorate Your Business By Reinventing Your Marketing
Hello everyone! I'm Kathy Klotz-Guest, host of Jargonorrhea Live - A Viral Marketing Show, and CEO of marketing firm, Keeping it Human. All successful businesses have had to pivot or reinvent themselves at some point! The same is true in marketing. If it's broke, fix it! To continue doing the same things when markets, customers, and needs change isn't human at all. Things will change, and knowing when to change course is critical to business longevity. Join us Thursday, September 27th for a lively discussion about reinvention with Heidi Sloss, author of the soon to be released book,  Fortune is in the Follow-Up®: Five Power Strategies to Reinvent Your Marketing.  
LinkedIn Profile - How to Shore up Your Personal Brand
I'm Kathy Klotz-Guest, CEO of Keeping Human. Next time on Jargonorrhea Live - A Viral marketing show, we'll talk about your Linkedin Profile as part of your personal brand. How can you improve it? How can you make it work for you? We'll talk to our featured guest, Karmen Reed of Kickoff Topic Marketing. Follow kathy @kathyklotzguest Remember to "keep it human." End jargon monoxide poisoning in your marketing today!  
BIG Lessons in Content Marketing from the World of Improv and Comedy
I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human, coming to you live from San Jose, CA, in the heart of Silicon Valley. This show airs Thursdays at 3:30 PM PDT.  Keeping it Human helps marketing executives and their teams tell their best and most important company, product and customer stories to the world. We are a jargon-monoxide-poisoning free zone. Our show is created especially for marketing execs and their teams. So laugh, learn, enjoy! And share with your friends. Humor is about connecting with people Improv and Comedy can teach us a lot about great marketing. My 20 years in sketch, stand-up and improvisation have taught me as much about connecting with audiences as my 20 years in marketing has. Probably more! What are those lessons? Join me Thursday, March 6, and find out! Got questions for the show? Email me: kathy@keepingithuman.com.
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Jul 12th, 2012
Latest Episode
Nov 17th, 2016
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No. of Episodes
76
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32 minutes
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