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Written by Jessica Brook, SocialChorus Mentioning the title of SocialChorus’ ebook, 6 Ways to Attract And Keep Your Employees’ Attention, is probably a good way to attract any communicator’s attention. Who in the employee communications world hasn’t struggled, at one point or another, to hold the concentration of a group of employees? In the following series of posts, I’m go

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Written by speakap Frontline employees consider the guidance of their supervisors as important support to speak up with their ideas for improving customer experiences, but they feel that the support of coworkers is more important. Scientific researchers therefore recommend supervisors to create an environment that leads to the establishment of strong, mutually trusting relationships among frontline employees. In their report

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Written by Anita Wojtaś-Jakubowska, Marketing Manager & Brand Evangelist in emplo In our social lives, we’re connected constantly with our friends, family, and acquaintances through social media. The one area of life where we don’t have this kind of connectivity is at work – with co-workers that we likely spend 40 hours a week with. But for some organizations, it

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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 in mind, we want to

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Written by Giuliana LaMantia, HospitalPortal.net The Joint Commission released the top CMS requirements that posed the biggest challenge for hospitals, ASCs, LTCs, etc. to remain compliant with in 2016. Many of these challenges can be mitigated with the use of a standardized, internal communication system. We took a look at the top challenges for hospitals, and here are some ways

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Written by Anne Sweeney, HospitalPortal.net. Social media is a prime spot that users turn to for news and information, not only from friends and family members, but also with brands, companies and organizations they interact with. That said, in the healthcare sector, it’s important to utilize social media in a professional and on brand manner to communicate, engage and build

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Written by Molly Anglin, Nonlinear Enterprise.  The digital transformation of healthcare is not a singular event: rather a series of experiments that move the organization forward. This week, we explore the efforts of two children’s hospitals – sharing how they hope to save lives and money by evolving their relationship with technology. It’s a cliché to say that digital has

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The Advanced Learning Institute’s (ALI) 2nd Strategic Internal Communications for Health Care takes place April 19-21 in Chicago. The conference will host successful organizations and speakers to share their experiences, hear your stories, and talk all things communication and healthcare-oriented. Aside from the excellent savings, here are some reasons why you should register for ALI’s Strategic Internal Communications for Healthcare

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Rejoice, Internal Communicators, for you are unique. As far as I can tell every other business function can show data that illustrates the impact of their work. Sales can point to revenue, manufacturing can point to production data, marketing can quantify leads generated as a result of their efforts, customer service can give data on the amount of calls received,

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Written by Giuliana LaMantia, HospitalPortal.net. Utilizing an Intranet comes with a number of positives, such as enhanced collaboration, organization, and management to name a few. However, like any organization process or product, an Intranet also comes with the responsibility of keeping information secure and private. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 sets a standard for healthcare

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