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What is to be done to foster employee engagement : tools and actions
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Five key leadership traits for 2014 - The Globe and Mail

Five key leadership traits for 2014 - The Globe and Mail | Internal strategy | Scoop.it
Five key leadership traits for 2014
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... an entertainment business, a communications business, a security business, an outsourcing business, a retail business – I can keep going.
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To be done, ideally, at all levels of the organisation.

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Internal Communication: Coping With The Digital Evolution

Internal Communication: Coping With The Digital Evolution | Internal strategy | Scoop.it
Buffer How do professional communicators persuade Executive teams to consider social media for internal communication in their organisation?
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Guest Blogger Anna Rydne: The 140 Post – Future of Internal Communication

Guest Blogger Anna Rydne: The 140 Post – Future of Internal Communication | Internal strategy | Scoop.it
In a society of information overload, (we receive about 5,000 messages per day), people have started to (RT @smccannon: Anna Rydne: The 140 Post – Future of Internal Communication http://t.co/xupRykUcUn)...
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How Internal Communication can guide employees through major crisis | Melcrum

How Internal Communication can guide employees through major crisis | Melcrum | Internal strategy | Scoop.it

When the rumblings of an organizational crisis begin, a skilled communicator understands how critical their actions are in ensuring employees make it through the process as engaged and informed as possible. Failing to provide enough knowledge or context to your workforce could have damaging results for your company.

 

Take the case of HMV. The entertainment retailer had a social media meltdown recently when staff took over the company's Twitter account to express anger at being fired [click on the image below to see the tweets in full]. Employees “live blogged” their own sacking on the site and HMV moved to delete the posts from the @hmvtweets account, which broadcast the news to its 60,000+ followers....

 

To keep employees engaged through the crisis process and protect both internal and external reputation, there are key actions you can take....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, March 17, 2013 2:15 PM

Valuable tips for engaging employees in a crisis.