Author: Allison De Meulder

As founder of Invitation Consultants and Matrick and Eve, she was a pioneer in the online invitation and stationery industry.  As owner and CEO of the Ecommerce company, retail store and wholesale greeting card business, she managed, directed, created and collaborated. Building company culture, mentoring and empowering teams, and developing products are her passion. Allison sold her startup after 18 years and now through speaking engagements, consulting, writing a book, and hosting the podcast Emerson Built That, she has taken her experience, passion and challenges and built a voice that resonates with others who are aspiring to start a business, thinking about selling a business, and all of the fun times in between.

Have a Minute to Spare? How Managers Can Make a Huge Impact in Just 60 Seconds by @ceotwit

by Allison De Meulder It only takes 60 seconds to brush your teeth, eat a donut, or put up a pot of coffee. These are pretty simple and important tasks. But what if you could use 60 seconds to make a difference in someone’s life. Did you know, you could contribute to your employee’s self […]

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Warm Up A Room With An Icebreaker by @ceotwit

by Allison De Meulder How many Zoom (insert virtual method of choice) meetings can one attend in one day or even one week? Apparently, the answer can be stunning. We start to dread the meeting invitation lurking in our inbox, as another disturbance in our productive day. Perhaps we have forgotten how valuable meetings can […]

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How to Run a Collaborative Brainstorming Meeting by @ceotwit

  by Allison De Meulder What do pasta and brainstorming meetings have in common? They can both be sticky. Brainstorming in my company was focused on leading others in a way where collaboration was key. We needed to accomplish various goals, including: bringing new products to market, surviving during economic downturns, and creating revenue generators. […]

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