(c) Can Stock PhotoI’m trying out a new format for the wrap that will make it a quicker read for you while allowing me to include more items that you might have missed over the course of the week. Let me know if you like it. I’ll elaborate on two or three stories at the top of the Wrap, then more briefly summarize others. If a subject got attention from multiple outlets (as hashtags did this week), I’ll wrap the Wrap with a quick summary of what they each had to say. In the meantime, all I continue to collect all the posts and articles over the course of the week are in my link blog, LinksFromShel.tumblr.com.
It’s no surprise that, in most companies, external audiences get all the social media attention. As the McKinsey Global Institute reported in August, adoption of social media is on the rise, but not so much when it comes to employing social software to engage employees.
New research demonstrates that, from several angles, ignoring internal social media is a mistake, and quite likely a costly one. Results of The Social Workplace Trust Study—released today—examines “how organizations are using social media, and the impact that workplace trust, passion and social media use have on select employee activities and attitudes.”
Considering Read More »
So, when they suggested that I host a podcast about LinkedIn for the FIR Podcast Network, I was honored.
You see, I’ve been a speaker, author and LinkedIn Maven and Power Connector for more than 7 years, and truly believe in how the platform can change business lives. I’m also a Pay it Forward advocate Read More »
In April 2006, we were delighted to find a pair of experienced, smart and articulate Canadian communiators had launched a new communications-focused podcast. Inside PR, with Terry Fallis and David Jones—both of whom worked at the time for Thornely Fallis Public Relations in Toronto—took an agency-centric (and uniquely Canadian) approach to their show. They addressed topics such as when to turn down work because of ethical issues, how not to leave an agency, conflicts of interest, PR measurement and a host of other meaty topics, along with operational matters like agency structure and hourly billing practices.
We became avid listeners Read More »
Who is doing what in the world of internal communication? You’re in the right place to find out.
I’m pleased to be joining the For Immediate Release fold with a brand new podcast, "FIR presents AllthingsIC with Rachel Miller."
Every month I will be bringing you the latest news and views from an internal communication perspective.
As a keen listener of FIR over the years, I’ve enjoyed hearing Neville and Shel highlighting some of the good work that’s taking place globally with Read More »
Shel on the road so Neville recording this episode solo; a warm welcome to Inside PR which joins the FIR Podcast Network; update on FIR 2013 Listener Survey results;
Quick News: Google Helpouts: what’s in it for businesses?, Facebook ditches the ‘Like’ button, Google tests technology that follows mobile users to see if they visit the stores they search for; Ragan promo;
News That Fits: Communication and the Twitter IPO; Dan York’s Tech Report on ION Toronto 2013, 9 new top-level domains, and more; the Media Monitoring Minute with CustomScoop; listener comments in audio and from the FIR Podcast Community on Google+; Michael Netzley’s Read More »