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

The four overlapping circles at… Read More »

A New Model for Employee Communication, Part 17: Employee Voice

A New Model for Employee Communication, Part 17: Employee Voice

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

The four overlapping circles at the center of the model… Read More »

Friday Wrap #246: Tinder vs LinkedIn, grim Snapchat outlook, audio trends, Kodak’s blockchain play

Friday Wrap #246I choose the items to appear in the Wrap from those I have curated into my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow. To make sure you never miss an issue, subscribe to my weekly email briefing.

News

Facebook News Feed will focus even more on friends and family—Like it’s not hard enough getting your company’s posts to appear in a Facebook user’s News Feed, the company is introducing “sweeping changes” to what its members see, prioritizing posts and comments from friends and families “while de-emphasizing content from publishers and brands.” Takeaway: Later in this update, you’ll read that Facebook is the overwhelming preference for… Read More »

Friday Wrap #245:Stories Everywhere, WOMMA acquired, opposing sexual harassment pays off

Friday Wrap #245Happy New Year! Let’s kick off 2018 with the first edition of the Friday Wrap. As always, I choose the items to appear in the Wrap from those I have curated into my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow. To make sure you never miss an issue, subscribe to my weekly email briefing..

News

You’ll soon be able to embed Snapchat Stories on your website—Stories Everywhere is a new program that will let third-party publishers embed Snapchat Stories on their websites. Takeaway: Stories was so massively popular a feature that Instagram copied it, then WhatsApp, then Facebook. Several other apps adopted the feature, too. It wouldn’t be hard… Read More »

A New Model for Employee Communication, Part 16: Engaging Managers

A New Model for Employee Communication, Part 16: Engaging Managers

This is the latest installment in a series of posts exploring a new model of employee communication, one 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 9: Vision/Mission
Part 2: Overview Part 10: Values
Part 3: Alignment Part 11: Practices
Part 4: Listening Part 12: People
Part 5: Consultation Part 13: People
Part 6: Branding Part 14: Engagement
Part 7: Channels Part 15: The Strategic Narrative
Part 8: Culture

The four overlapping circles at the center of the model represent the best… Read More »

FIR Podcast #113: Not a 280-character episode

For Immediate Release

Cross-posted from the FIR Podcast Network.

Neville Hobson joined host Shel Holtz for the monthly installment of the Hobson & Holtz Report. Neville and Shel had a chinwag (as Neville would say) about these topics:

  • A follow-up to our KFC story (about 11 herbs and spices); the social media team struck again.
  • Twitter has made its new expanded 280 character count available to almost everyone. Not everyone is happy about it.
  • Uber’s new CEO took an investigator’s advice and scrapped the company’s old values statements. Instead of simply crafting a new one, he crowdsourced it to his employees, who responded in a big way.
  • The… Read More »

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