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3 Leadership Communication Tips to Guide You From Peer to Leader

Posted by Sandy Yu on 7.9.2019

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Congratulations on your recent promotion! You worked hard to get here. The hours you put in and successful projects you’ve completed have not gone unnoticed. Even more importantly, your ability to lead has been recognized -- and now here you are, officially promoted.

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Topics: leadership communication

Trends and Insights: Care and Employee Communication Go Hand-in-Hand

Posted by Sandy Yu on 7.4.2019

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EmployeeChannel is committed to bringing you information on bettering your organization through internal communications and employee engagement. We’ve put together the latest trends to help you stay up-to-date and ready to tackle your organization’s challenges.

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Topics: workplace communication, trends and insights, communication trends

4 Ways to Communicate Psychological Safety to Employees

Posted by Sandy Yu on 6.27.2019

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Employees who feel psychologically safe in the workplace aren't afraid to share their opinions. They don't fear being criticized or punished for making their thoughts known.

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Topics: employee experience, internal communications, workplace communication, communication trends, leadership communication

4 Leaders Share Their Self-Care Tips That Impact Employees

Posted by Sandy Yu on 6.20.2019

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Your team is your main focus. Ensuring they’re healthy, satisfied at work, and succeeding in their roles is more than a full-time job. Keeping up with these demands often results in leaders neglecting themselves. But it’s important to remember self-care and mental well-being aren’t just important for your employees.

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Topics: employee experience, employee retention

Use These Company Culture Tips to End the “Sunday Scaries”

Posted by Dr. Linda Sharkey on 6.13.2019

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“Hi, Dr. Sharkey! Lately, I’ve noticed my employees seem lethargic and even a bit scattered on Monday mornings. Talking to other business leaders, I learned there’s something referred to as the “Sunday Scaries” that could be impacting my team’s performance on Monday morning. With so much technology and ways to stay connected, how do I create a company culture that will help my team unwind, relax, and stop worrying about work over the weekend -- especially, Sunday night?”

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Topics: ask dr. sharkey

Trends and Insights: Find Out What’s Missing In Your People Strategy

Posted by Sandy Yu on 6.6.2019

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EmployeeChannel is committed to bringing you information on bettering your organization through internal communications and employee engagement. We’ve put together the latest trends to help you stay up-to-date and ready to tackle your organization’s challenges.

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Topics: employee engagement, employee communication, HR trends, trends and insights

3 Experts Change Their Internal Communications For Summer Vacations

Posted by Sandy Yu on 5.30.2019

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Summer vacation time is upon us. It should be a time of relaxation and rejuvenation. For many employees, though, it’s much more complex than this. Taking a vacation is associated with feelings of catching-up at work, communication-related stress, and even fear of being judged for using their hard-earned time off.

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Topics: internal communications, workplace communication, intelligent workforce communication, communication trends

3 Expert Tips to Master Employee Communication

Posted by Sandy Yu on 5.23.2019

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Employee communication is a complicated process. Even some of the best and brightest business leaders haven’t mastered the skills of effectively connecting with employees.

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Topics: internal communications, employee communication, workplace communication, intelligent workforce communication

Employee Engagement: It’s More Than a Throw-Away Buzzword

Posted by Sandy Yu on 5.16.2019

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Many business leaders would argue that employee engagement has lost its momentum. In recent years, it's become more of a buzzword than a critical workplace issue. 

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Topics: employee engagement, HR trends, trends

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