In this blog, we will explore what is internal communications software, its benefits, common features, how to choose the right one for your organization, where to get started with implementation, as well as integration with other tools, training and support, and real-world case studies.
Have you felt the need to be “always on”, constantly responding to messages and notifications? While the convenience of real-time communication is undeniable, it can sometimes come with its own set of drawbacks. In fact research confirms that increased screen time correlates with stress, poor physical health, and cognitive impairment, poor decision-making and declining motivation levels. Therefore, also expecting your employees to always respond to all communication instantly isn’t always the best idea. Instead, fostering an asynchronous communication culture can be preferable in several scenarios spanning today’s world of dynamic, interconnected teams. Let’s explore what it is and how to use it to your advantage.
Communication is the cornerstone of any successful business. All levels of employees from desk staff to field workers need to be informed and engaged by management so they not only feel valued for their contributions, but can keep projects running efficiently, on time, and on budget. This is particularly the case in sectors with frontline staff where there are so many moving parts that must align.
How do you maintain high levels of employee engagement when implementing new processes and change? How do you introduce an employee app without any resistance? Inspired by Kübler-Ross’ Change Curve, here are 5 steps to get frontline employees excited about change – they’ll be quick to embrace it.