MentalNotes Explainer Video from Geoff Bock on Vimeo.
My latest explainer video created over the last week for The Dow Group and their MentalNotes platform.
A mobile leadership tool that manages company culture and employee engagement by coaching leaders through critical interactions and by monitoring employee attitudes in real time, MentalNotes is based on cognitive and neuroscience research, with over 10 years of operational refinement, and can be incorporated into existing business processes and used by all levels of organizations, offering a proven, practical way to manage the psychological underpinning of your company.
Art Direction / Design / Animation by Geoff Bock for Flashjack The Hero
Created in cooperation with The Dow Group
Music : : “Technology” by leleka
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