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A New Model for Employee Communication, Part 18: Organizational Integrity

Organizational Integrity

This is the latest installment in a series of posts exploring a new model of employee communication, designed to deliver measurable results that demonstrate the impact on the organization in ways that matter to leaders.

Revised Employee Communication Model

The series:
Part 1: Introduction Part 10: Values
Part 2: Overview Part 11: Practices
Part 3: Alignment Part 12: People
Part 4: Listening Part 13: People
Part 5: Consultation Part 14: Engagement
Part 6: Branding Part 15: The Strategic Narrative
Part 7: Channels Part 16: Engaging Managers
Part 8: Culture Part 17: Employee Voice
Part 9: Vision/Mission

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FIR #159: How Long Will You Remember This Episode

For Immediate Release

Cross-posted from the FIR Podcast Network.

There’s no conversation with a subject matter expert this week, just host Shel Holtz nattering on about…

  • Whether a brand voice should remain consistent across multiple social channels
  • The BBC’s new communication metric: long-term memory
  • How evolving business response to disasters is changing how communities deal with them
  • Making managers a discrete audience as a core part of the Employee Experience
  • The long, slow demise of Google+
  • A human-like Artificial Intelligence that could appear in your room to answer your questions—assuming you bought the right AR headset
  • Amazon’s… Read More »

FIR #158: Come for the Millennial Angst, Stay for the Frozen Steak

For Immediate Release

Cross-posted from the FIR Podcast Network.

This week, host Shel Holtz talks about weird brand Twitter accounts with Stone Temple Consulting (which has just been acquired by Perficient Digital) Senior Marketing Consultant Doug Haslam, and with internal communications thought leader Mark Dollins about communicating with employees when gig-economy workers are part of the mix. Also in this episode…

  • Net, social media, and device adoption have plateaued.
  • Teens are (still) abandoning Facebook.
  • Google is looking more and more like a social network, and it’s on purpose.
  • Amazon wants to own the brands you buy from when you shop on… Read More »