First impressions matter. Whether on a first date, meeting people or starting a new job, a bad first impression is hard to recover from.
A new year is underway. Twelve months to account for.
Dozens of initiatives to run. Hundreds, even thousands, of staff to inspire and engage.
One HR Plan to manage it all. And six things that HR Plan needs.
Personal health is in the spotlight more than ever. The coronavirus is the latest global health crisis, contracted by more than 80,000 people and resulting in loss of life.
Here’s a new year’s challenge for you. Take your internal communications plan for the year and shake it up a little. You don’t want to just send company messages in the same old ways. And neither do your employees.
You’ve probably heard of phonebooth stuffing. It involves as many people as possible cramming themselves into a phone booth – with one of them usually then needing to answer the phone. Strange as it sounds, it was quite a fad for a while.
You’ve heard the saying that an army marches on its stomach.
Unless the troops are well-fed and their appetites satisfied, they won’t perform.
Internal communications is a bit like building a house. There are lots of components to get right. Having a strong foundation is essential. And you definitely don’t want any gaps.
Imagine arriving at work to find robots sitting at every desk, tapping away at keyboards. Sounds like the plot of a movie. In fact, it is. It’s the world in I, Robot.