Brand and culture are those things that permeate everything your employees do and how your organization is perceived. To ensure you’re bringing your brand and culture to life, it should be part of your communications strategy and tactics … including your intranet. Read on for ideas on what you can do.
Smart technology is here. There’s real-time personalization on websites and technology that turns on lights and heating or cooling as you approach. But what about the workplace? Smart intranets are here, but … are you using one? Find out how it can improve your work life.
Change is hard. Communicating change can be harder still. But there are ways to make change easier on the readers impacted, on your leaders and … especially on you, the communicator.
Repeal, replace, defund, improve — the ACA is on everyone’s minds. In a recent poll, Americans preferred improving Obamacare instead of repealing it. What happens next is anyone’s guess, but healthcare organizations still need to keep employees and staff informed and be ready to enact required changes.
It happened again. This time with American Airlines. Companies often respond to PR nightmares by vowing better customer service (and that’s a good idea). But they need to start thinking about how they treat people in general, especially their employees. Their employees are bringing the brand to life.
No offense to Kermit the Frog (Sesame Street and Muppets), but it’s easy being green if you involve employees and ask for their help with ideas and implementation. Going green will improve engagement, potentially reduce cost and definitely help your organization be environmental. Happy Earth Day from ElevatePoint!
Management training is good for business, yet so many companies don’t train their managers — new managers or managers who may need a refresher. The consequences are that managers aren’t successful, cause employee dissatisfaction and create other problems. Read the reasons to train managers at your organization and some ideas on how to do it.
Remote workers (such as salespeople, mailroom and stockroom employees, physicians, miners, construction workers, security guards and more) are physically disconnected from your network and may not have access to computers. It makes communicating with them more difficult and engaging them even harder. We have 4 ways to engage those remote workers.