As so many teams across the world are now working remotely, it’s increasingly difficult for team leaders and managers to maintain a positive team culture.
The COVID-19 Coronavirus is putting pressure on businesses like nothing experienced in modern times.
In this challenging environment, successful businesses need strong leaders.
A global crisis like COVID-19 puts a lot of focus on the importance of effective business communication.
It’s critical that employees understand the company approach to issues around COVID-19, the resolution strategy and the ongoing impact mitigation.
The COVID-19 coronavirus has led more employees working from home than ever before.
But successfully working remotely requires as much a shift of mindset for managers as it does for employees.
Coronavirus has caused many businesses to trial remote working during this global health pandemic.
How this is handled in the next few months could change the future of work forever.
Latest update: April 21, 2020
As the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, it's critical that everybody take precautions to keep themselves and others safe.
Remember opening the box of a product you’ve purchased, only to be confounded by an amazingly detailed and utterly confusing instruction booklet?
Internal communications can feel a little like that sometimes.
So many moving parts, so many details to get right.
First impressions matter. Whether on a first date, meeting people or starting a new job, a bad first impression is hard to recover from.
There are few things more dispiriting than seeing the internal communications campaign you developed disappear Titanic-like into the depths. Not only is it demoralizing, it’s a waste of hard work and effort – as well as a massive lost opportunity for the business.
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.