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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

4 Tips to Develop Excellent Leadership Communication

Posted by Sandy Yu on 9.10.2019

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Leadership communication is pushed to the back of the ‘urgent’ to-do list more frequently than most want to admit. The complexity of verbal and non-verbal cues, mixed with employees’ vast emotions can be challenging to grasp. Still, the standard of leadership communication is viewed as having general conversations and sending scheduled emails.

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Topics: employee communication, workplace communication, leadership communication

Teach Employees 4 Leadership Communication Skills Before Promotions

Posted by Sandy Yu on 9.3.2019

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Many of your employees are likely waiting to receive a promotion they’ve worked so hard to earn. They’ve proven they’re good at their jobs, are hitting goals, and collaborate with co-workers well.

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Topics: employee communication, workplace communication, leadership communication

Effective Leadership Skills When Employees Want Promotions But Aren’t Ready

Posted by Sandy Yu on 8.20.2019

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Promotions are earned. This is something most leaders and employees have a mutual understanding of.  What sends this communication off the rails is when an employee believes they’ve earned a promotion before you feel they’re ready.

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Topics: employee communications, employee communication, workplace communication, leadership communication

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 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

Reenergize and Refocus Your Employee Communication Goals

Posted by Sandy Yu on 3.28.2019

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You’ve been chipping away at your new employee communication goals for a few months. If you’re like many internal communicators, however, tackling those goals has been slowed by various unexpected snags early in the year.

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Topics: employee communication, workplace communication

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