Brand Fever's New On Branding Episode Explores Visual Facilitation, Real-Time Brand Strategy

Jocelyn Ring, Founder of The Ring Effect, discusses new visual methods of bringing clarity to strategy.

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My work brings left-brain and right-brain thinking to the strategic planning process, by combining visual and creative methods with practical planning.

Atlanta, Ga (PRWEB) May 01, 2014

This week, On Branding explores the field of visual brand facilitation with Jocelyn Ring, Founder of The Ring Effect. A business strategist with a talent for translating conversations and big ideas into visual infographics, diagrams, and processes, Jocelyn aims to help a diverse range of Fortune 500 and small businesses, organizations, and non-profits “rethink their strategy visually”.

Using a combination of digital, tangible and artistic tools, Ring illustrates conversations in real-time, bringing immediate impact and clarity to the organization’s leadership, as well as the overall internal culture.

“My work brings left-brain and right-brain thinking to the strategic planning process, by combining visual and creative methods with practical planning,” Ring says on the latest On Branding episode.

Ring, who studied at Hamilton College before earning her MBA from NYU’s Stern School of Business, went on to work in mergers and acquisitions, as well as debt and equity, for the likes of Deutsche Bank and other top name Wall Street corporations. In 2006, she founded Brain Tattoo Publishing, an online enterprise for creatively charged entrepreneurs in the social media space. Most recently, she launched The Ring Effect, focusing on branding, positioning, and organizational productivity.

This episode is available through On Branding’s website, as well as iTunes and Stitcher.


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