Cameras At The Water Cooler: Inside The Company That’s Always Watching Employees – Measuring Employee Morale Every Two Weeks

Chatbots, wearables and virtual reality.

How digital technology is transforming internal communications. It puts the power to communicate in everyone’s hands.

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What SharePoint’s Intranet in Your Pocket Means for You. The new mobile app could be a game changer for SharePoint.

Most Employees Feel Authentic at Work, but about 1/3 don’t. It hurts job satisfaction.

5 Influencer Marketing Tactics to Boost Your Brand’s Engagement. Don’t be scared to spend money.

5 Musts Before Launching Your Social Media Marketing Campaign. Confirm individual responsibilities and checkpoint

Leadership Communication Skills: 5 Tips On How To Improve. Choose to be calm and positive.

In the World of Recruiting, 3 Leadership Qualities to Look for. Passion, communication & collaboration.

Inside Southwest’s Social Media “Listening Center.” It hears from 2,000 people a day across social media platforms.

Gartner: 5 Cool Vendors, 4 Digital Workplace Lessons. Enterprise apps that support more agile and engaging feedback.

Cameras At The Water Cooler: Inside The Company That’s Always Watching Employees. Radical transparency at Qualtrics.

4 Social Media Mistakes You Are Unknowingly Making. Posting The Same Thing Multiple Times.

How AI Will Serve Us in the Workplace. The Enlightened Executive, Actualized Employee & Empowered Customer

Why John Deere Measures Employee Morale Every Two Weeks. Smart. About time.

Best Practices for Writing Awesome Tweets. Even with more characters, remember that less can still be more.

Final Tipest: Never stop wondering.

Make Internal Videos that People Actually Watch

Webinar June 8, 3 -4:15 PM ET

Think about the type of video content you consume outside of work. Now, compare that to the video content you see in the workplace. Are they drastically different? They shouldn’t be.

Fortunately, there are some basic components of consumption and creation in the outside world that also apply internally. Understanding those components will lead you down a path of creating internal videos that people actually watch. And yes, it’s scalable. And no, it’s not too expensive.

Presented byMark Kraynak is Senior Manager, Comms & Editorial Content at PayPal.

Registration includes live webinar connection at your location and unlimited access to online course with recording and networking after the live event.

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Becoming an Authentic Trusted Strategic Advisor

Webinar June 22, 1 – 2 PM Eastern – Free!

Learn how to be more influential, more interesting, more memorable, more important, and how to have top-level relationships and access. Learn more

This is a free intro webinar to Jim Lukaszewski’s fall online workshop, Becoming an Authentic Strategist that includes four weekly one-hour web sessions.

 

Building a Storytelling Culture by Connecting Employees to Customers

Webinar July 13 at 1-2:15 PM Eastern

In this session, hear from Vermeer’s director of communication on how the company rallied their team members around the brand and how they’ve sustained it since.

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June 21, 2016

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