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The Four Questions Leaders Must Answer During Any Change

The Four Questions Leaders Must Answer During Any Change

Written by David Grossman from the Grossman Group Chances are you’re working today on a change that affects your team. How you implement that change will impact whether you meet your overall goals. Here’s the mistake leaders can’t help but make: they wait to communicate. Until they have more information. Until they have “all the

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If You Fail To Plan, You Are Planning To Fail: Do You Have An Internal Communications Strategy

By Gregg Apirian, Managing Director at Vignette, a full-service employee experience agency.  A little over a year ago I wrote and published an article on Vignette’s blog called Strategy vs. Tactics: Why It’s Important to Distinguish the Difference. To date, it has been one of our most popular posts, read by thousands of HR & communications

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Build Brand Advocates

Build Brand Advocates

Written by Allan Steinmetz  of Inward Strategic Consulting Have you ever wondered what motivates people these days? Bet you thought it was the golden carrot, right? But you are wrong – it’s being appreciated and recognized in a meaningful way If you want to improve your company’s bottom-line results, appreciating your employees is critical. Take

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Do you want to improve internal buy-in for major change initiatives?

Do you want to improve internal buy-in for major change initiatives?

Written by Allan Steinmetz of Inward Strategic Consulting Do you want to improve internal buy-in for major change initiatives? Start socializing your ideas internally. I often get asked the question, “What is the biggest obstacle for gaining acceptance for internal change?” The answer is simple. Socialize your ideas and let your colleagues contribute to the

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Do’s and Don’ts of Social Media for Doctors

By Casey O’Quinn, Gravity Digital. Social media can be daunting for any business. It’s difficult to keep up with platforms, changes, and best practices. Marketing for doctors and medical practices have the added challenge of Protected Health Information and HIPAA. We see doctors taking all kinds of approaches to addressing social media for their practice.

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How To Be A Well-Rounded Communicator In The Workplace

By Giuliana LaMantia, HospitalPortal.net. Being able to speak to, listen to, and empathize with others is important in any workplace setting. From communicating with patients, working with those across departments, or simply chatting with those in your own department, there are many things to be mindful of to ensure you are being a well-rounded communicator.

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Planning Your Strategy: Defining the Terms that Matter

By Granicus. We here at Granicus know defining key performance indicators (KPIs) is the cornerstone of completing successful projects, such as increasing public engagement or building brand awareness, that are on time and within budget. Without establishing these baselines, we,and our government clients, set ourselves up to be easily misguided, distracted, and unsuccessful. With that

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