An Open Letter to Decision Makers Focused on Employee Engagement and Employee Advocacy

Below is a video to CEO’s and decision makers at Brands I’d like to work for.  Watch it, Like it, share it.

Dear CEO (or decision maker),I hope this note finds you well.  I apologize in advance if the lines of this note are crooked.  I am left-handed and apparently that makes me write this way.

I am writing to request 15 minutes of your time via Skype, Phone or if you are in the great Boston area, in-person.  I admire the work that your company is doing and I am interested in learning more about your vision as a leader and seeing if our trajectories intersect. 

I am not just using the standard means of looking at the job openings you have because frankly, most job descriptions don’t describe me.  It’s the gift and the curse of being dynamic.  

I’ve worked nearly a decade as an Operations Manager for Intel where I managed 20 people.  I was more of a people manager than an ops guy.  I also served as an employee brand ambassador for Intel where I helped to revamp their employee advocacy program.  

Outside of Intel I’ve created programs, such as “Hashtags to Handshakes: The New Art of Conference Networking,” and help to raise over $10,000 for charity: water.  I’m a certified life coach, a speaker and also certified in Inbound marketing.  

I’m on a mission to change the world of work through employee engagement and employee advocacy.  I’d love to talk and see if it should be with your company.

Would you be open to connecting for 15 minutes?  Thank you,Mike Ambassador Bruny

P.S.: “We miss 100% of the shots we don’t take.”  I’d appreciate connecting.  My email address is AmbassadorBruny@gmail.com and my website is http://bit.ly/mikebruny 

About The Author

Mike Ambassador Bruny

I have a deep desire to help spread entrepreneurial thinking as the solutions to many of our problems today. I am a project kind of guy who loves to get things started. When I'm not in search of contract work (projects) that I can do during the nights and weekends I can be found working as a mild mannered Digital Content Manager for Babson Executive Education.