Information technology has advanced to unprecedented degrees, with over 2.5 quintillion bytes of data being generated daily. Despite this, corporate decision-making mechanisms continue to rely on guesswork.
Are you an internal communicator struggling with budget issues? Wondering how to build a business case that works in your favor? Well, we hear you. You're not alone, and your concern is as genuine as it gets.
In today's rapidly evolving business world, talent is a key differentiator that separates successful organizations from the less successful ones. The former group realizes this and ensures well-rounded employee journeys. It’s common to see the most impactful leaders pay close attention to optimizing employee experiences right from the moment a new hire walks through the office doors, to their integration into the company culture, their professional development, and their ongoing journey toward success. There’s ample evidence that documents the benefit of this attention.
The positive impact of Internal Communication or Employee Communication is notoriously difficult to quantify. On top of that, business often see the practice as hygiene at best, and a cost center at worst. This white paper looks at the importance of measurement, and provides examples of leading indicators that can help you prove and improve your internal communications effectiveness.
Whether you're dealing with a merger, reorganization or a system overhaul, a good internal communications strategy can mean the difference between failure and success of your Change Management strategy. This white paper looks at the importance of internal communications, and provides practical examples of strategies that can help you implement change quicker and more successfully within your organization.
Trust in the workplace encompasses honest and transparent communication and relationships among coworkers, fostering an environment free from disloyalty or unethical behavior concerns. A recent study conducted by Harvard Business Review emphasizes that trust is not merely a desirable quality in the workplace; it is a vital element for the well-being and performance of organizations.
Mental health encompasses our thoughts, emotions, and ability to cope with life's highs and lows. The global issue of mental health is rapidly gaining attention. Workplace stress stands out as one of the primary factors that adversely affect individuals' mental well-being, with up to30% of employees feeling unable to communicate the impact of stress to their employers honestly.
Did you know that 91% of people believe their bosses lack communication skills? This white paper covers relevant facts and figures on the state of employee communication, why internal communications is so important to business health, and the role that scheduled, reliable content distribution can play in your employee communication strategy.
Global workplaces today house employees from diverse backgrounds. While this creates a vibrant environment fostering creativity and innovation, customizing communication based on demographics simultaneously becomes vital. After all, in a mixed environment, it’s not uncommon to find seemingly innocuous messages getting misinterpreted due to cultural differences, and offending people.
Effective audience segmentation in internal communications is crucial for reaching the right people with the right information. By understanding your internal audience better, you can tailor your content to match their needs and establish yourself as a trusted advisor and audience expert within your company, particularly among senior leaders.