What’s in Your Communications Stack? (Part 1)

As Fearless Communicators, we always have to keep up on the latest tools and technologies to help us achieve our employee communications goals. That's why we sat down with Suzie Robinson (ClearBox) to talk about her deep research on intranets and employee-focused apps.

The D-Word: How to stop worrying and start communicating about inclusion, diversity and equity

Michael Kaneva, Chief Diversity Officer at Export Development Canada joins us on The Swear Jar to work through why we’re so afraid to confront the ugly truths that underpin the need for ID&E programs in organizations.

The D word: How to stop worrying and start communicating about inclusion, diversity & equity.

For Fearless Communicators, the whole ID&E thing can feel like a giant minefield full of personal and organizational risk. What if we use the wrong words? What if we need to admit that our organization has been less than stellar? How do we arm our executives? Our guest, Michael Kaneva, provides some guidance.

Hitting the Right Nerve: Using Neuroscience to Assess, Predict, Measure and Build Trust

We’ve got years of data supporting the idea that people in high trust organizations are happier and outperform those in lower trust places. We get the inside scoop from Dr. Paul Zak on how Neuroscience helps us assess, predict, measure and build trust.

Article: The COVID-19 Employee Communications Budget — If you Slash, Will you Burn?

by Elizabeth Williams In this article, published in Software Business Growth, Andrew and Elizabeth make the case for leaving the communications budget alone. Tempting as it is, in these times, to cut costs, the one area most organizations can't afford to skimp on is engaging employees and building trust. There is an uncomfortable conversation taking [...]

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Article: Please Stop Talking! Why Over-Communicating May Be Making Things Worse

Is your reward and recognition program working the way it should with employee communications?

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