Solo No More

In mid-1996, after nearly 20 years in the corporate world, I left my job as a senior consultant and regional communications practice leader at a global human resources consulting firm and struck out on my own. My goal was to help organizations apply emerging technologies to their corporate communication efforts while continuing to develop employee communication strategies.

The last 21 years as an independent communications practitioner have been fantastic. As of Tuesday, it’s over. On Tuesday I started work as director of Internal Communications for Webcor Builders, a San Francisco-based commercial construction contractor and one of… Read More »

A New Model for Employee Communication, Part 15: The Strategic Narrative

New Model for Employee Communication, Part 15: The Strategic Narrative

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 8: Culture
Part 2: Overview Part 9: Vision/Mission
Part 3: Alignment Part 10: Values
Part 4: Listening Part 11: Practices
Part 5: Consultation Part 12: People
Part 6: Branding Part 13: Place
Part 7: Channels Part 14: Engagement

The four overlapping circles at the center of the model represent the best opportunities for employee communication to… Read More »

A New Model for Employee Communication, Part 14: Employee Engagement

A New Model for Employee Engagement, Part 14: Employee Engagement

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 7: Channels
Part 2: Overview Part 8: Culture
Part 3: Alignment Part 9: Vision/Mission
Part 4: Listening Part 10: Values
Part 5: Consultation Part 11: Practices
Part 6: Branding Part 12: People
Part 13: Place

The four overlapping circles at the center of the model represent the best opportunities for employee communication to affect an organization… Read More »

A New Model for Employee Communication, Part 13: Place

A New Model for Employee Communication: Part 13: Place

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 7: Channels
Part 2: Overview Part 8: Culture
Part 3: Alignment Part 9: Vision/Mission
Part 4: Listening Part 10: Values
Part 5: Consultation Part 11: Practices
Part 6: Branding Part 12: People

The four overlapping circles at the center of the model represent the best opportunities for employee communication to affect an organization on a day-to-day… Read More »

A New Model for Employee Communication, Part 12: People

A New Model for Employee Communication, Part 12: People

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 6: Branding
Part 2: Overview Part 7: Channels
Part 3: Alignment Part 8: Culture
Part 4: Listening Part 9: Vision/Mission
Part 5: Consultation Part 10: Values
Part 11: Practices

The four overlapping circles at the center of the model represent the best opportunities for employee communication to affect an organization on a day-to-day basis. Today,… Read More »

A New Model for Employee Communication, Part 11: Practices

A new model for employee communication, part 11: Practices

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 6: Branding
Part 7: Channels Part 2: Overview
Part 3: Alignment Part 8: Culture
Part 4: Listening Part 9: Vision/Mission
Part 5: Consultation Part 10: Values

The four overlapping circles at the center of the model represent the best opportunities for employee communication to affect an organization on a day-to-day basis. Today, we’ll look at practices, the… Read More »

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