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Improve Employee Communication by Ditching the Feedback Sandwich

Posted by Sandy Yu on 10.17.2019

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Employee communication is never an easy task. Add negative feedback to the mix and it is even more challenging. There’s a critical balance that leaders need to strike between communicating an issue and empowering their employees to correct the problem (as opposed to making them feel inadequate or incapable).

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Topics: hr, employee communication, employee feedback

4 Tips to Make Your Managers Employee Communication Masters

Posted by Sandy Yu on 10.15.2019

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From the lack of technology to poor planning, any number of variables can derail your teams communication.

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Topics: employee communication, leadership communication

Ask Dr. Sharkey: Employee Communication Tactics to Calm Employees Recession Fears

Posted by Dr. Linda Sharkey on 10.10.2019

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“Dr. Sharkey, as I’m sure you’ve heard, financial experts predict a recession in 2020. Understandably, this sends some employees into a panic. Panic often leads to a loss in productivity or even retention. What can I do to keep my team calm with the predicted recession?”

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Topics: employee communications, employee experience, employee communication

Create a Better Employee Experience Through Increased Empathy in the Workplace

Posted by Sandy Yu on 10.8.2019

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In every industry, people are looking for an improved employee experience through increased empathy in the workplace. In fact, 93 percent of employees say they are more likely to stay with an empathetic employer.

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Topics: employee experience, workplace empathy, empathy in the workplace

Trends and Insights: Internal Communications Solutions For All Employees

Posted by Sandy Yu on 10.3.2019

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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

3 Reasons Managers Need Employee Communication Training

Posted by Sandy Yu on 10.1.2019

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Managers work on the front lines with your employees. As part of the lifeblood of your company, they’re often responsible for relaying critical information from executives to their teams. Unfortunately, this relay of information often leads to major employee communication issues, especially during times of conflict.

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Topics: communication trends, leadership communication

How to Embrace Employee Career Goals to Boost Engagement and Loyalty

Posted by Sandy Yu on 9.24.2019

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Finding the right people to build your team takes a good deal of time, effort, and purposeful employee engagement. You have to focus on combining the right personalities to create perfect chemistry. And this must be balanced with simultaneously finding team members with the right skills to turn out the highest quality work possible.

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Topics: employee engagement

Time and Space -- A Guide to Managing Introverts

Posted by Sandy Yu on 9.19.2019

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Interaction with an introvert can sometimes lead to a lot of…quietness. By nature, one-third of our population falls into the “introvert” category. Without effective leadership communication and an understanding of what makes introverts thrive, managers might find themselves falling into the belief of the common myth that introverts are timid, neurotic, or disinterested in their work.

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Topics: workplace communication, communication trends, leadership communication

Understanding Enneagrams Will Improve Employee Communication

Posted by Sandy Yu on 9.17.2019

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The Enneagram, a nine-point personality type system, is used to determine people’s basic personality types. There is an internal structure within each of the nine personalities. That structure is the continuum of behaviors, attitudes, defenses, and motivations. It’s safe to assume, then, that Enneagram types can determine how employees communicate with authoritative figures, especially company leaders.

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Topics: workplace communication, communication trends, leadership communication

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