A return to regular work is imminent for many employees across the world, as restrictions in place as part of the coronavirus response are reviewed.
We’re exposed to messages everywhere we go. Whether at home, at work or anywhere in between, a constant stream of information is fed to us. In fact, each person receives about 105,000 words every day. Or put another way, 23 words per second – that’s a lot of information overload.
The ever-changing world of healthcare today presents a number of challenges to management.
Strategies established at the beginning of the year are fast overcome and impacted by legislative updates, new technologies and any number of changes in the marketplace.
Last month's global research report, The Next Level, shed light on the trends, challenges and opportunities of internal communications today. The report was researched and developed by global internal communications experts, IC Kollectif.
From over 10 years of experience in internal communications, working with lots of different customers and partners, there’s one piece of advice I’d give above all others.
A new global report, The Next Level, examines the practice of internal communication inside companies, how business leaders perceive internal communications, and how practitioners can better position themselves as trusted advisors and key business enablers.