Shugoll Research, an award-winning boutique market research consulting firm based in Bethesda, Maryland, will be attending The Quirk’s Event 2016 at the Marriott Brooklyn Bridge Hotel in Brooklyn, New York February 23rd and 24th.
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Posted February 2016 by Robbie Shiver
When I began coaching youth baseball part-time in the fall of 2014, my goals were to give back to kids from the same community I grew up in, give back to a game that has given me so much in my life, and most of all have fun! I never realized how much coaching a group of 10 year old boys would teach me not only about myself, but also about building personal and professional relationships. We all know that for better or worse, most kids have no filter. They’ll ask questions and say things that get straight to the point (even when they shouldn’t), they’ll wear their emotions on their sleeve, and they’ll speak up if they catch you in a lie or feel slighted in any way. In many ways, kids are the socially unaware, yet charmingly truthful versions of our adult selves. Below are the top three business development and client relationship building lessons that have been reinforced since I began coaching.
Posted December 2015 by Robbie Shiver
Shugoll Research has just launched the 19th year of producing and underwriting ArtSpeak!, its award-winning arts education program that brings performing artists into public schools. The goal of the program is to excite students about the arts. And it tries to do it in fun ways.
One of the features that audiences anticipate at any ArtSpeak! is the "Lightning Round," when guests must give short answers to questions like, "What is your favorite rock band, favorite color or favorite food." Brad Oscar (nominated for a Tony Award for Something Rotten on Broadway) went down in ArtSpeak! history for his answer to "favorite food" when he answered, "Candy corn!" That lit up the ArtSpeak! Facebook page with comments, the best perhaps being, "In what food group is candy corn?"
Posted November 2015 by Mark Shugoll
ArtSpeak! is considered groundbreaking, noteworthy and of national significance. The program brings leading Broadway, jazz, classical music, dance and design artists into public schools to discuss their careers, answer questions and perform. The ArtSpeak! program has won many local and national awards.
Posted November 2015 by Staff