Empowering The Workforce of The Future
Today we are tackling numerous obstacles, one of them is AI and humans in the workforce and preparing for the fourth industrial revolution. To rapidly increase differentiating skills requires a scaled intervention – what the bestselling book “Human + Machine” calls, the missing middle. Box Media are building this.
Founded by three time Emmy Award winning Executive Producer and Media Exec, Clare Munn, Boxspring Entertainment, LLC is a global media company developing content and technology in a variety of formats for the workforce. Concentrating on what we call the “Differentiating Skills” for humans now and for the future, our methodology and approach include respecting different learning approaches and improving communication by helping each subscriber learn how they communicate and taking responsibility around where and how they might improve both expressing and listening.
Box Media is primed to become the worlds #1 broadcasting network for organizations by producing original mixed media short Hollywood & BAFTA quality content for the workforce. Training and e-learning is no longer created for the way we consume information today. To truly create scalable and relevant engagement, we use a film-making approach wrapped in a variety of learning styles with content available on Box Media’s on demand subscription based AI driven mobile platform.
Box Media is a vehicle to empower CEO’s, leadership and employees to embrace the human attributes that allow them to learn the skills needed in a reimagined, human centric workplace of the future.
Box Media’s core methodology has been built around behavioural science and communication intelligence, both established as the important building blocks for a more human centric, AI enabled future workplace. Our content creation takes into account multiple learning preferences and is based upon a neuroscience modeled cognitive behavioural change methodology combined with our communication intelligence model. All this is created through our experiences in training, creative agency and Hollywood film and TV production.
Box Media delivers its solutions through its purpose built platform. This platform has been reimagined, moving away from traditional LMS’s towards delivery systems that are relevant to adaptive processes. Box Media’s platform has an AI component built in and is designed to deliver behavior change and maximise human engagement with the subject matter.
Our values: Thoughtfulness. Equal Pay and Rights. Zero Tolerance of Harassment or Gossip.
Our motto: If we won’t watch it or learn from it, no one will.
Our belief: Everyone can learn if content production respects different learning styles.
Our vision: Disrupt how training content is created, formatted and distributed.
Our mission: Empower the workforce of the future and turn us all back into teachers and teachers into heroes.
Our culture: Laugh at oneself. Listen and express well. Family and kindness comes first.
Primed to become the worlds #1 broadcasting network and producing original mixed media short Hollywood & BAFTA quality content for the workforce. Training and e-learning is no longer created for the way we consume information today. To truly create engagement, we use a filmmaking approach wrapped in a variety of learning styles with content available on Box Media’s on demand subscription based AI driven experience platform.
Our film and tv division, owns original IP and optioned IP with a focus on films with female leading characters and a mainstream impactful message. Latest film is “Professor Marston & The Wonder Women”. Box TV & Film plan to roll out one project every other year. We unfortunately cannot accept unsolicited scripts. Info@boxspringentertainment.com
Formerly TCG (The Communication Group) Agency, is an award winning boutique advertising & branding agency founded in 2004 in San Francisco and now based in London. All creative and branding for Box Media companies are done through Box Agency. Motto’s: “All content, no matter how dry, deserves to be told well.” “Simplify the complicated and “wisdom is often in the questions not the answers.”