Monthly Archives: April 2010

Give Your Social Media a Shot of Personality

Most large corporations take the same approach to social media as they do their traditional employee communications – generic, linear, and filled with conservative corporate speak. An organization’s cultural “voice” is rarely reflected in their employee communications. Continue reading

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Use Storytelling to Paint a Picture of Your Company’s Future

Companies are adopting storytelling techniques to communicate the organization’s vision and future state. Continue reading

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Employee Communications Should Never be an Afterthought

In times of change and challenge, executives need to approach employee communications with the same level of care and professionalism as they do customer communications and media relations. Continue reading

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When to Hire a Professional for Your Employee Survey

Employee surveys are a valuable tool, and in the hands of an expert, can help identify the company’s core strengths, as well as areas of concern. Continue reading

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