Creativity is Messy; 3 Things You Should Regularly Tell Your Employees

Plus: A New Approach to People Ops That Puts Employee Experience First. This week's intel for corporate communicators.

This week’s intel for corporate communicators

  • 3 Things You Should Regularly Tell Your Employees (But Probably Aren’t). First, invest in yourself.Entrepreneur

  • National IMCO™ Study finds employee engagement linked directly to strength in leadership.Human Resources Today

  • Building a Storytelling Culture by Connecting Employees to Customers. Communitelligence

  • What are the behaviors that employees watch in their leaders most? As Ralph Waldo Emerson said: “What you do speaks so loudly that I cannot hear what you say.” Jim Shaffer Group

  • 15 Content Marketing Tools You Can’t Live Without. Get the most out of your time and energy.Neil Patel

  • 100 Awesome PR Tools Which Get Press & Exposure for Startups. JustReachOut

  • Disrupt or be Disrupted: Reinventing Your Communication and Leadership Role. Communitelligence

  • A New Approach to People Ops That Puts Employee Experience First. ​Firstround

  • Creativity is Messy So why do organizations always look for a process? Creativity Post

  • How Equifax turned its hack into a public relations catastrophe. It’s hard to imagine how Equifax could have handled its data breach crisis worse. CNN Money

  • Make Internal Videos that People Actually Watch. Communitelligence

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October 5, 2017

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