communication

Mental Health, Let’s Talk About It

October 10th marks World Mental Health Day. A day to raise awareness, have meaningful dialogue and increase efforts to support our global mental health. While there is a different theme each year, 2020 seems to have brought much to the surface for many people. As we adjust to an ever-changing environment in a climate fraught […]

Communicating in a Virtual World Part 3: Emails

With the onset of a worldwide pandemic, employees were sent home to work in an attempt to flatten the contagion curve. People have learned to work remotely, utilizing online tools and changing the way they communicate. Person to person contact became a rare occurrence, Zoom replaced meetings, and emails have transformed our workplace communications.  Working differently […]

Communicating in a Virtual World Part 2: Social Media

Has social media at work become a medium for communication amongst your colleagues? With the onset of a worldwide pandemic, employees were sent home to work in an attempt to flatten the contagion curve. People started learning how to work remotely, utilizing online tools. Person to person contact became a rare occurrence.  Working differently in this “current […]

Communicating in a Virtual World Part 1: Virtual Meetings

With the onset of a worldwide pandemic, employees were sent home to work in an attempt to flatten the contagion curve.  People started learning how to work remotely, utilizing online tools.  Person to person contact became a rare occurrence.  Working differently in this “current normal”, we started to notice challenges in keeping teams together and […]

Under Cover: ‘Made to Stick’

If you must communicate in your job to inform, explain, build buy-in or motivate others, have a look at Chip and Dan Heath’s book Made to Stick. The Heath brothers have identified six critical strategies for ensuring your communication sticks in people’s minds, making your message SUCCESsful:

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