employee engagement

Does SoLoMo Help Employee Brand Engagement?

I attended a C-Suite conference last week in Boston. I heard a new term called SoLoMo. So I googled it and learned that it means Social-Local-Mobile. Definition – What does SoLoMo mean? The following is an explanation from the helpful website, Techopedia. https://www.techopedia.com/definition/28492/solomo “SoLoMo, short for social-local-mobile, refers to a more mobile-centric version of the

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Brillance@Work — How To Enhance The Employee Experience Through Technology

Written by: Peggy Bieniek,ABC, Starry Blue Brilliance “Science and technology revolutionize our lives, but memory, tradition and myth frame our response.” – Arthur Schlesinger, Historian In “The 11 Vital Internal Communications Trends You’d Be Crazy to Ignore,” Shel Holtz states that “with employees able to see instantly what their work team peers, project peers, bosses and

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Brilliance@Work – Using Video To Engage And Educate Employees On Your Brand

Written by: Peggy Bieniek,ABC, Starry Blue Brilliance “Your brand is the single most important investment you can make in your business.” – Steve Forbes, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, Forbes Media In my profile of Joe Pantigoso, Senior Director, Global Brand, SAP, he explained that “if everyone knows the ‘what’ we do every day (our mission) and

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Are you a strategic communication professional? Fill out the impact matrix to find out.

Are you a strategic communication professional? Fill out the impact matrix to find out.

Written by: Priya Bates, ABC, MC, CMP, President, Inner Strength Communication Inc. “Communication professionals want more respect and have been talking about getting their rightful seat at the (decision-making) table for most of my career. Over 20 years as an Internal Communication professional, I’ve learned that you don’t automatically get the seat, you have to

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SharePoint collaboration and governance through the Colvin lens

SharePoint was originally created as a collaboration tool. It wasn’t intended to be a content management system, or a social media tool. These elements came later. SharePoint – along with it’s related Microsoft tools – is in a constant state of evolution; especially lately.   How organizations use SharePoint for collaboration also has evolved as

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