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LinkedIn Has Quietly Rolled Out a Follow Button to Millions of Members | ReadWrite

LinkedIn Has Quietly Rolled Out a Follow Button to Millions of Members | ReadWrite | internal communications | Scoop.it

"A gigantic change is quietly sweeping through LinkedIn. Millions of members now have a "Follow" button, a feature that promises to transform how we think about our interactions on the professional network."


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Jessica Kelly's curator insight, July 31, 2014 6:19 PM

OK, so yes, the ability to follow people w/whom you can't or don't want to connect is new and interesting, but I think the most important thing in this mix is the reinstatement of the activity feed, which LI also did recently (and quietly). You'll see it referenced here when the author directs you to the drop-down near the Connect button -- voila, it's the old activity feed that used to appear on all of our profile pages, the old activity feed you used to use to get to know  your connections (and potential connections) better. If you want to share your activity feed link so people can get to it quickly, know that the URL is long and ugly -- and so I'd recommend shortening it. Here's mine: http://bit.ly/lijjkelly

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5 ways to improve employee engagement with technology - HR.BLR.com

5 ways to improve employee engagement with technology - HR.BLR.com | internal communications | Scoop.it
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employee engagement sign In today's highly competitive talent market, most organizations focus on recruiting: finding and hiring the best talent.
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5 Secrets To Better Employee Engagement

5 Secrets To Better Employee Engagement | internal communications | Scoop.it

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, April 3, 2014 1:14 AM


A lot has been written in recent times on the subject of employee engagement, and business owners generally don't have the time to digest all the nuances embedded in the copious quantity of information available, so the essence of what is important is of more use to the average business owner.


Simply distilling  the information available relating to improving employee engagement levels, does not provide any form of guidance as to what to prioritise to make an earlier difference, therefore a different approach is needed.


This excellent article by a practicing global director of employee engagement, suggests that by connecting the brand and employees a business owner can make meaningful progress towards improving employee engagement levels, and it outlines the five areas of focus that are key steps to making this happen sooner rather than later.

Sigrid de Kaste's curator insight, April 3, 2014 6:47 PM

So true...

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How to write an internal communication strategy | CIPR Inside

How to write an internal communication strategy | CIPR Inside | internal communications | Scoop.it
Tip: Your internal communication strategy needs to align with the overall business strategy and objectives. If it doesn't, you need to question why it's being written. Seriously. After all, the purpose of internal communication is to ...
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Flexible working and employee engagement adds up - Dynamic Business

Flexible working and employee engagement adds up - Dynamic Business | internal communications | Scoop.it
Dynamic Business Flexible working and employee engagement adds up Dynamic Business This infographic from Vodafone shows 75 per cent of those surveyed agree that flexible working boosts job satisfaction and over 70 per cent report an improvement in...

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Your top 5 Internal Communication articles: July 2014 - Melcrum News (blog)

Your top 5 Internal Communication articles: July 2014 - Melcrum News (blog) | internal communications | Scoop.it
Your top 5 Internal Communication articles: July 2014 Melcrum News (blog) The relationship between Internal and External Communication; organizational engagement; digital communication; content creation for a mobile audience; and Internal...
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Why Word Of Mouth Marketing IS The Most Important Social Media - Forbes

Why Word Of Mouth Marketing IS The Most Important Social Media - Forbes | internal communications | Scoop.it
Why Word Of Mouth Marketing IS The Most Important Social Media
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Word of Mouth Marketing (WOMM). Isn't this really the original social media platform?
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Driving Employee Engagement

Daniel Pink's first of two keynotes at the 2013 REACH conference. http://www.vitalsmarts.com/reach.
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How Corporate Culture and Employee Engagement Unlock Market Intelligence Potential (webinar)

How Corporate Culture and Employee Engagement Unlock Market Intelligence Potential  (webinar) | internal communications | Scoop.it

Aurora WDC 12:00 Noon Eastern /// Wednesday 5 February 2014 ~

In this session we will learn:

Most intelligence programs begin life as Observers – for the most part a newsletter and answer-desk service – before maturing to Collaborators, solving real-world business problemsIntelligence leaders optimize their planning for the growth of the mission priorities, people, process and productsDiagnostics for understanding the current status of the program and what to do next to elevate intelligence performance to the next level

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