[ JOE MCCORMACK ]
Joe McCormack is on a mission to help organizations master lean communication. In an age of shrinking attention spans, non-stop interruptions, and floods of information, the messages business and military leaders send out are getting lost in a sea of words.
An experienced marketing executive, successful entrepreneur and author, Joe is recognized for his work in narrative messaging and strategic communications. His book, “Brief: Make a Bigger Impact by Saying Less” (Wiley & Sons, 2014) tackles the timeliness of the “less is more” mandate.
He speaks at diverse industry and client forums on the topics of brevity, storytelling, change and leadership. A passionate leader, he founded The BRIEF Lab in 2013after years dedicated to developing and delivering a unique curriculum on executive communications for U.S. Army Special Operations Command (Ft. Bragg, NC). He actively counsels military leaders and senior executives on effective, efficient communication and produces a weekly podcast series called “Just Saying.”
The BRIEF Lab’s mission is to help organizations master concise communication to improve operational efficiency and effectiveness. His clients include Mastercard, Grainger, Boeing, Harley-Davidson, TransUnion, BMO Harris Bank, DuPont and a variety of U.S. military units. Previously, he served as SVP, Corporate Marketing at Ketchum, a top-five marketing agency in Chicago, where he directed its corporate marketing practice and introduced new service models to enhance messaging and deepen relationships with market influencers.
He received a BA in English Literature from Loyola University of Chicago where he graduated with honors. He is fluent in Spanish and has broad international experience. He lives in suburban Chicago and Pinehurst, NC.
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Just fantastic. Good reminders of the importance of preparation and how to be clear and concise. I will definitely use these tools.
Excellent content -- very relevant and applicable.
Fresh and provocative. Great new direction for our company.
Very important skill set often not truly dealt with. "Making a story compelling" -- wonderful!
Very applicable. One that I can take back and implement quickly/effectively.