The value of effective internal communications to an organization and its bottom line has never been more important. If your most valuable assets walk out the door every day, then Stratacomm’s golden rules for winning the hearts and minds of internal stakeholders will help you develop authentic messages that resonate and move people.
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A recent survey conducted by Wakefield Research finds that political conversations are reducing worker productivity. With streaming video, social media and minute-by-minute updates, the opportunity for constant distraction is all too real. Here are steps to help squelch the political firehose.
According to USA Today, podcasts have quietly become mainstream and thanks to smartphones it is easy to listen in the car, on a train, on a plane, while folding laundry or working out. Here are five podcasts on my plate regularly, and why clients should take note.
After a long and thorough search, you’ve hired a PR firm. While it may seem like a match made in heaven, don’t spend too much time sitting back and smelling the roses – it’s now your shared responsibility to cultivate that relationship. Here are a few more tips to get the most out of your PR firm long past the honeymoon phase.
In today’s digital and social savvy society, information is literally at the fingertip. There is no reason for the traveling public to be caught off guard due to poor community engagement practices. The best approach is to start with a well-organized, cohesive and proactive community engagement plan with one simple mantra: no surprises.