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The Importance of Communication Why Not

The importance of communication is very important in today's world. this is part of the management of communication which will be discussed together. Do you know about the ability to communicate yourself ..? Consider the following information, and yo...
by communication management on Jun 26, 2015

How to Turn Employees into Social Media Advocates

While many companies fear employee use of social media, others are leaning to love it. Employees can be powerful brand ambassadors for their companies online. They can help spread company news and recommend company products to friends and family memb...
by CyberAlert on Mar 16, 2015

Better Engagement Can Turn Employees into Company Ambassadors

  An organization’s employees can be its best advocates. When employees recommend a company’s products and services to friends and family, they’ll probably be a trusted source when giving recommendations. Employees can also be convincing a...
by CyberAlert on Mar 13, 2015

Communicating Change: 10 Tips to Attain and Sustain Employee Engagement

When preparing for a Lean initiative, it’s important to realize upfront that a full menu of changes, some large and sweeping, some small but critical, will be generated by and with the employees over the course of the effort. How leadership chooses...

A guide to Marketing Communications in a Flat Market

Introduction We’ve all seen the media frenzy over the banking fiasco, the so named “credit crunch” and redundancies as companies panic. In talking with clients and customers it’s becoming quite clear that there is a need for b...
by make beats online on May 21, 2013

Are you missing this communications secret weapon?

The impact of mobile social media on our daily business and personal lives is huge. Because of social media, and the growth of mobile, we’ve forgotten one of the most vital communication secret weapons available. The phone call. It’s almo...
by The PR Coach - This Just In on Mar 12, 2013

Yahoo! CEO: Right Decision, Wrong Communication

Bringing telecommuters back into the office has never created such an uproar! Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s cuts to telecommuting, sparked catcalls from women’s groups, questions from academics, anonymous complaints from Yahoo employees and p...
by The PR Coach - This Just In on Feb 28, 2013

Best Buy, Worst Employee Communication

Electronics retailer Best Buy prides itself on its low prices and customer service. Unfortunately, that care didn’t extend to its employees with the closure of 15 stores and 900 employee layoffs in Canada. Like many consumers, I wasn’t su...
by The PR Coach - This Just In on Feb 3, 2013

#1 Enemy of Internal Communications: The Curse of Knowledge

I’m gonna tell you a secret. It’s something really personal (aka a suitable topic to address next time at the local hairdresser), and when I reveal what it is, I think it may shake the world a little. Here it is: I have a crush on Ian Ha...
by Communicate (your) Skills on Dec 21, 2012


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