Tag: employee communications

Written by Masters In Communications.org  In our hyper-technological world, communication methods change at an incredibly rapid pace. First there was email, then message boards, then instant messaging, then MySpace and Friendster, and now Facebook, Instagram, chatbots, Netflix, and dozens of other communication methods. There are always new technologies, and new ways for people to interact with others. This is also

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In times of change or uncertainty, organizations need leadership more than ever. That means the quality and amount of communications need to increase. I used to work for a manager who said, “Lead, follow, or get out of the way.” Times of change are a litmus test for leadership, which means sharing with employees what we know and what we

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Every company, no matter the industry, deals with difficult problems and issues each day. Starbucks’ issue of racial profiling in one of their stores; Southwest’s emergency landing resulting in the death of a passenger; countless produce companies having issues with E. coli and Chili’s data breach, to name a few. No industry or organization is free from the risk of

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Written by Ronnie Gilbertson, Sitrion. Maximize user adoption of your employee app on day one. When you’re introducing a new employee app, good pre-launch planning is the key to hitting the ground running. Before you consider how to make sure that your employees keep using the technology, you need to make sure you’ve got your initial actions lined up. Initial

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  Finding the simplicity in complexity Comedy shows that mock politics and topical issues, are nothing new. But British comedian John Oliver has introduced a fresh angle with his American talk show, Last Week Tonight. On the surface, a show that features topics like net neutrality, cryptocurrency, and the Argentinian debt crisis, is likely to have you reaching for the

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by Rachel Miller | 10 Apr 2018 | AllthingsIC How can you enable employees and leaders around the world to contribute their own take on your company culture? How could you curate and share it? Today I have a guest post for you by Erika Lee, Internal Communications Manager at Aggreko in Houston, Texas. The company is the leader in power and

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That old adage, “Do as I say and not as I do” doesn’t work on wayward teenagers, and it’s equally as ineffective in your workplace. Employee engagement begins at the executive level and trickles down through members of management. If the upper echelon is not committed to the cause, don’t expect hourly employees to take up the torch. If you’re

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Mobile Intranets Once upon a time, mobile devices were the size of small bricks and used exclusively by the rich and famous. Today, over 75% of the American population owns a smartphone, which they can easily tuck into their pocket. With employees spending almost as much time on their phones as their computers, many companies are integrating their intranet with

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  Communicators excel at the art of connecting with large groups of people. But today they must also be adept at evaluating and the acquiring software technology that enables them to put relevant content directly in front of employees, wherever they work ­– Employee Communication and Engagement (ECE) Platforms. This guide demystifies the process of purchasing software and teaches communicators

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One of the world’s largest digital industrial companies, this global brand has hundreds of thousands of employees in multiple business units, spread across countless countries. Keeping their employees connected and engaged is incredibly challenging.   Lack of Connection with Employees The company had numerous siloed business units with different internal communication strategies and tactics. The communication team had too many

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