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Ask Dr. Sharkey: Do Business Leaders Still Need Strong Communication Skills?

Posted by Sandy Yu on 8.9.2018

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“Hi Dr. Sharkey! I’m a big believer in educational development opportunities. In preparing our young talent for the future, I’m realizing we don’t have a specific course of action for communication development. With so much technology, I think it’s something we overlooked as a necessity. Do you believe it’s important to educate leaders (current and future) on how to communicate or is it a skill technology will make obsolete?”

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Ask Dr. Sharkey: How Do I Improve the Employee Experience in My Diverse Workplace?

Posted by Sandy Yu on 7.12.2018

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“I’m proud to say my company has been working toward diversity and inclusion for many years. It’s a process we want to take into the future and continue improving. But with so many genders, ethnicities, and generations in one organization, it’s challenging to improve the overall employee experience. How can I keep everyone on my team actively engaged and give each person the best possible employee experience?”

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Trends and Insights: Master These Internal Communications Skills

Posted by Sandy Yu on 7.5.2018

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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, future workplace, internal communications

Ask Dr. Sharkey: Is My Team Ready for the Future of Internal Communications Tech?

Posted by Dr. Linda Sharkey on 6.14.2018

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Every month, leadership expert Dr. Linda Sharkey answers your most burning questions about future-proofing your workplace. Dr. Sharkey is widely acknowledged as one of the world's preeminent thought leaders on global leadership development, and her book, The Future-Proof Workplace, proves the future is here and is altering the way leaders and their teams work.

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Topics: future workplace, ask dr. sharkey, internal communications

Trends and Insights: Prepare for the Future of Work Now

Posted by Sandy Yu on 6.7.2018

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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, future workplace, internal communications

Ask Dr. Sharkey: What Can I Do Today to Prepare for Tomorrow’s Remote Workforce?

Posted by Dr. Linda Sharkey on 5.21.2018

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Every month, leadership expert Dr. Linda Sharkey answers your most burning questions about future-proofing your workplace. Dr. Sharkey is widely acknowledged as one of the world's preeminent thought leaders on global leadership development, and her book, The Future-Proof Workplace, proves the future is here and is altering the way leaders and their teams work.

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Topics: future workplace, ask dr. sharkey

Change Management: Takeaways from Worksite Wellness

Posted by EmployeeChannel on 7.27.2017

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Now that we’ve inspired our employees by casting a vision of a successful company change, let’s explore how to implement successful employee behavior.

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Topics: change management, future workplace, employee communication

Employee Experience: Mastering The Future Workplace

Posted by EmployeeChannel on 5.18.2017

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Contributor -- that’s what 47 percent of companies and 57 percent of workers said will be the best term to describe employees by 2025, according to a recent Randstad study. While this change in title may seem small, employers need to approach the employee experience in a new and improved manner.

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Topics: employee experience, future workplace

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