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When Did We Stop Caring About ‘Employee Engagement’?

Some may blame the poor economy for the fear and uncertainty that have had a negative effect on companies and employees alike. But according to research conducted by Veronica Hope Hailey, associate dean and professor of strategic human resource management at Cass Business School of City University in London, trust and engagement were iffy well before the recession. Continue reading

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New Tools to Cut Communications Clutter

Reducing communications clutter is a personal passion of mine — which is why I was particularly interested in two exhibitors from this year’s IABC World Conference, Media Tile and SnapComms. Continue reading

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The Red Mittens That United a Nation

I got my first glimpse of the red mittens on February 12, 2010 when the Canadian Olympic team marched into BC Place for the Opening Ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver. Little did I know that those cute red mittens represented a year-long program to unite Canadians behind their national athletes and claim the 2010 Winter Games as “Canada’s Games.” Continue reading

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