I recently watched the brilliant Margaret Heffernan’s Ted Talk: Forget the pecking order at work. Margaret talks eloquently about the value and productivity benefits of social capital – the bonds between colleagues […]
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As part of Workplace Week I visited the Aviva Digital Garage in Hoxton Square, London to see how they are shaping the workplace of the future to drive digital innovation and attract […]
In A new era of charity public engagement Dan Dufour explored the changing landscape for communicating with customers and supporters. This piece will explore the changing expectations of your employees and how […]
Does it tend to be by person-as-communicator (leadership/line manager/team leader), then all employees? Or do you go by location (HQ, office-based, retail, call centre)? Or do you go by demographics, attitude or […]
Strategy communications to your employees can often prove to be some of the most challenging communications. It often brings competing agendas and ideas at the heart of a leadership team to the […]
Like him or loathe him, Jeremy is the man of the moment. But how has a man who has suffered a vote of no confidence from his peers, won the hearts and […]
Download Future Workplace e-book “I’ll think about all this when the transformation is finished…”. I hear this a lot at the moment when I’m speaking to clients and their employees. There […]
In a recent Channel 4 survey, only 4% of people were able to correctly identify which of six headlines presented to them were real or fake. Of the six headlines, three were […]
When it comes to employee engagement, it is a simple human truth that faced with a briefing about corporate strategy, or a business restructure the first question most people will have is […]
As we explore Gender Parity for our TeamTalk on 7 March it has become increasingly clear that gender inequality – and by extension the benefits of gender parity – is something which […]
Liz Bryant is hanging out for someone to come up with a technologically facilitated face-to-face meeting. That actually works as a real-life face-to-face meeting.
How do organisations get to a point when they stop calling out ‘these are our values’? How do they arrive at a point when they are so accepted and so ingrained that they are just who they are and what they believe in, and what their customers value them for?