Leadership

Over the past year, I’ve witnessed and engaged in several discussions – both online and in person – that explored the mandate and modus operandi of the employee communications function. Though the topics vary, a recurring thread – or really more of a question – relates to who “owns” content developed for an employee audience.…

Read more Internal Communications – Create and Control…or Curate

Hate Mondays? According to researchers, ‘Miserable Mondays’ are just urban legend. According to a poll of 340,000 people, US researchers have found that people’s moods were no worse on Mondays than other working days Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, besides Friday. Researchers did find that as the weekend approaches, people were found to be happier, which supports the…

Read more Monday Blues, Fact or Fiction?

We’re always interested in ways to improve our work quality — and, perhaps more importantly, our enjoyment while on the job. Today we came across an article on Entrepreneur.com titled 4 Ways to Discover Your Strengths and it was so fantastic that we had to (while giving Entrepreneur.com ample credit for having written it!) share it on…

Read more 2014 Resolutions? 4 ways to Discover Your Strengths.

A recent video via Mashable titled: Adapt or Die: How Social Media Affects Shareholder Value sparked our interest. To put it bluntly, it states that brands who do not listen to their customers on social media channels are doomed to failure. Conversely, brands who pay attention to what their fans on Facebook and followers on Twitter are posting and…

Read more Listen/Engage/Adapt via Social Media — or Die

We’re always interested in ways to improve our work quality — and, perhaps more importantly, our enjoyment while on the job. Today we came across an article on Entrepreneur.com titled 4 Ways to Discover Your Strengths and it was so fantastic that we had to (while giving Entrepreneur.com ample credit for having written it!) share it…

Read more Four Tips for Discovering Your Strengths and Becoming Better at What You Do

The world is rife with change. Take the Olympic Games as an example. Nearly every single Summer Olympics, swimming world records are broken. That means, of course, that the time it takes an incredibly talented and hard-working swimmer to say, breast stroke their way 200 meters, has gotten ever so slightly less and less over…

Read more Time to Face the Change