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Redesigning Employee Recognition

Redesigning Employee Recognition

Personalizing Recognition You might recall the days when you (or your parents) flipped through a catalog of items they could choose in honor on their “nth” anniversary. While that practice is no longer the norm, organizations were onto something – They realized that recognition had to be personalized. Not everyone…

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How to Make Your Company Intranet More Effective

How to Make Your Company Intranet More Effective

Social Media v. Your Company Intranet Do you ever wonder how employees can spend over two hours per day on social media, like the average user, but miss an important update on the company intranet? You’re not alone. Internal communications professionals are met with the challenge of strategizing, creating and…

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Creating a Culture Where Everyone Contributes

Creating a Culture Where Everyone Contributes

Everyone Contributes: The Foundation Everyone Contributes. No two people are precisely the same. You and I look different, come from different backgrounds, have unique experiences, but we both contribute. In fact, Everyone Contributes. It’s one of “The 8.” The 8 are what we believe all people need – at work,…

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Solving Internal Communication

Solving Internal Communication

Why Leaders Should Care (More) About Internal Communication Internal “marketing” is not just good for your people, it’s good for business. While 74% of employees feel they’re missing out on company updates, implementing or elevating internal communication practices can address this quickly and broadly. This is especially relevant with COVID-related…

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How to Build Your Employer Brand

How to Build Your Employer Brand

Defining Employer Brand Tide. Gerber. Mattel. Nike. Dunkin’. When you think of any brand, different words, images and feelings that the brand evokes come to mind. As a business leader, you want consumers to think of your product or service first when they have a need. An employer brand is…

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