Effective workplace communication is essential for leaders to connect with employees and strengthen engagement.
Resilient workplaces are more successful ones. But resilience is hard to achieve when businesses and their employees face the constant challenge of change and crisis.
Resilience is in hot demand these days. Leaders demand it of their teams. Employers demand it of their businesses. But what does resilience actually mean – and how can we improve it?
Have you ever left a job because of a bad manager? If so, you’re not alone. A poor experience with managers has caused nearly half of all employees to quit their job.
When employees walk through your workplace door, they have a choice. They can expend the minimum amount of energy on their jobs. Or they can apply their discretionary energy to get the job done with extraordinary, high-performance results.
Higher education is in the midst of a revolution. Mergers, acquisitions, strategic alliances and digital transformations are dramatically reshaping the industry. The COVID-19 crisis has hit the industry hard and driven students online.
The COVID-19 Coronavirus is putting pressure on businesses like nothing experienced in modern times.
In this challenging environment, successful businesses need strong leaders.
We’re working in an age of constant change. Digital transformation, dispersed workforces and declining engagement are defining our business environment. If your leadership comms don’t step up, you’re not going to keep up.
There’s a lot riding on C-suite executives. As well as guiding the organization’s strategic direction, they fulfill a critical role in executive communication. Theirs is the voice employees look to for wisdom, certainty, and assurance.
Staff would rather communicate with their immediate supervisor than any other level of management.
This is particularly true during uncertain times.
Staff may start to distrust the ‘corporate mouthpieces’ such as the intranet, and turn to their managers for interpretation.