Workplace by Facebook is the new cool tool for collaboration and communication. But is it really the cure-all for the increasing challenges faced by today’s internal communicators that we’re led to believe?
National Hand Washing Awareness Week is upon us (every year it's the second week in December).
This is the perfect opportunity to kick off a campaign to remind your staff of the importance of hand hygiene.
Hand hygiene is a major issue in every organization, but has the biggest impact in healthcare, food and the hospitality sectors.
Everyone knows they should wash their hands - but do they know the health risks associated with not washing their hands?
I don’t pretend to be an expert in human behavioral science. But I like to think that after nine years of growing a business, I’ve learned a thing or two about the importance of employee engagement.
Despite my purposefully attention-grabbing headline, the truth is that in today’s environment of information overload, there’s no real easy way to promote a security-conscious culture in the workplace.
What I am seeing though is many organizations sidestepping this problem by reinventing their internal communications approach.
‘Out’ are formal, one-way, heavy text-based communications. ‘In’ are interactive, visual, multi-media formats delivered via unmissable formats that demand attention.
So if you’re tasked with communicating cybercrime prevention, follow these three easy(ish) steps to engage with staff and get your information security culture humming.
If you’re in charge of compliance, you’re probably feeling pretty smug right now. It’s hard to think of another career where the future looks so bright.
But are you keeping up with the latest trends in compliance communication?
Ever experienced that awkward, momentary panic when your CEO fires a question your way that you can’t answer?
It can make your stomach lurch. Your heart race. And your reputation wobble.
Second-guessing your CEO’s questions isn’t easy. But I’d bet my bottom dollar that there’s one hot topic internal communicators will soon be cross-examined on: employee engagement.
Done well, employee engagement can be the difference between company A being more successful than company B.