Schnake Turnbo Frank, a strategic communications and management consulting firm with offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, announced it was a 5-Star Recipient of Mosaic’s 2017 Inclusive Workplace Culture. Mosaic’s annual Inclusive Workplace Cultures survey provides benchmark data for companies and organizations to gauge their strengths, opportunities and challenges. For those with exceptional diversity and […]Read More
I’m often asked why someone needs an executive coach. In my experience, it’s often a gravity event that leads someone to benefit from a coaching relationship. It could be a big presentation to the board, or having to terminate a long-term employee, or a problem with a peer, or even a big promotion with additional […]Read More
Schnake Turnbo Frank, a strategic communications and consulting firm with offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, announced it has promoted Erika Huffman to Vice President.Read More
Gov. Mary Fallin on Monday appointed Tulsan Becky J. Frank to the Oklahoma Arts Council. Frank is chairwoman, chief executive officer and managing partner of Schnake Turnbo Frank, a public relations and management consulting firm. The Legislature created the council in 1965 to encourage art. It receives appropriations from the Legislature and the National Endowment […]Read More
Inclusion and diversity programs are likely to make everyone uncomfortable, but advocates said the tension is worth the benefits to employees and the bottom line. Experts spent the day explaining to Oklahoma’s business leaders how to face that awkwardness, how to implement programs, how to keep them going and how to gauge their success. Hundreds […]Read More
from Jim Morgan, Senior Vice President of Communications, Tulsa Regional Chamber LRA Tulsa Class 3 (Fall 2016) As a regular attendee of professional development seminars and workshops, I found the Schnake Turnbo Frank Leadership & Reputation Academy to be a truly superior learning experience. Both its curriculum and its environment were outstanding. From a curriculum […]Read More
It’s bad communication (not to mention, bad business) to over-promise and under-deliver. But what happens when the reverse is true? What happens when a company is doing great work, but inconsistent or unfocused communication leaves potential customers in the dark about their exceptional products or services?Read More
Writing is a dying art. I hear that all the time, but it’s not true.
The written word is still a very critical part of everyday communication. We send emails, we post Facebook updates and we answer text messages. We also draft blogs, produce annual reports and create “catchy” language for billboards.
That’s writing. It’s not a dying art; it’s an evolving one.