Internal Communications

Eight Marketing Stats You’ll Need This Year

Today, eighty percent of marketers worldwide agree data is critical for their marketing efforts (see #6 below). All the more reason to put this list together. Here are a variety of recent marketing statistics to keep in mind as you navigate your marketing efforts to consumers, businesses, employees, [...]

2018-01-29T15:40:52-06:00December 23rd, 2015|0 Comments

Four Signs that Mobile Learning is on the Rise

Online professional development is about to undergo enormous changes thanks to our demand for mobile devices. By the end of 2015, Gartner projects that 320 million tablets will have been sold. For businesses trying to make learning more effective, this is good news: Employees love using their mobile [...]

2015-07-15T13:31:18-05:00July 15th, 2015|0 Comments

Your 2014 Internal Communications Checkup

An annual examination of what’s working and what can be improved is a great way to strengthen your internal communications and keep your workplace healthy. Check 1: How far are you taking your data? Are you thinking beyond your go-to methods for gathering data? An employee survey, for example, is gr [...]

2014-01-23T10:27:52-06:00January 23rd, 2014|0 Comments

Employee Volunteerism: the Gift that Keeps on Giving

Many companies are drawn to the idea of giving back to the community. But cause-related activities don’t just benefit the needy. They are also good for your team. Here are three ways volunteering helps you build a great company. Volunteerism is Good for Your Employees. In his 2009 book Drive, author [...]

2014-11-24T17:37:01-06:00November 24th, 2014|0 Comments

The "Elevator Speech" Corporate Culture

Every company has an elevator speech. A few choice words that condense all your hard work into something that will hopefully pique someone's interest. In a lot of ways, it’s ground zero for corporate culture. Try to describe your company in 140 characters or less. What do you talk about? Your produc [...]

2013-05-28T14:00:24-05:00May 28th, 2013|0 Comments
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