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Boost Talent Management Success: Communicating to Attract, Hire, Develop and Retain Great People
You can have the best talent management program in the world, but without effective communication it won’t improve your company’s bottom line. Human Resources and Communications leaders are using new strategies to reinforce their organizations’ talent management programs.
Out in the Open: How to Help Teams Thrive in an Open Office Environment
Business leaders whose organizations have decided to transition from traditional office space—with private offices and semi-private cubicles—to an open floor plan or shared workspaces are responsible to set the tone at the top and help their teams thrive in the new environment.
Giving a Voice to Diversity & Inclusion: Communication is Vital to Successful D&I Programs
Since 2016, the slate of Oscar acting nominees has included a few minority faces, but many in the industry concede that the conversation—and the effort—to increase diversity must continue. Just as in the film industry, the majority of companies in the United States lack visible diversity, especially at the managerial levels. Without diverse leaders, there is a lack of role models for women, people of color, and those from other communities.
Communicating for a High-Performing Culture: Building a Solid Communications Base
Almost 90 days into his new job, Frank was frustrated. As head of the company’s global regulatory affairs function, Frank was responsible for reorganizing his team to meet aggressive timelines set by regulatory authorities. He restructured the senior leadership team and aligned them with the business goals. Yet, they were missing a vital element for their success—communications.
Bringing Power to Your People: How to Create a Dynamic Employee Ambassador Program
Who better to tell your organization’s story about its philanthropic endeavors than the people who work there? After all, employees represent your organization every day at work, in industry and government organizations, and at social gatherings. But, how can you be sure that your employees are aware of your corporate citizenship program and can skillfully articulate its mission?