Category Archives: Engagement

5 reasons employees keep their mouths shut

We liked this blog by Brett L. Simmons.  Study reveals why workers censor their opinions. Job safety, anyone? There is a difference between employees not speaking up at work because they don’t have anything to say and not speaking up … Continue reading

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We are in the Top Three!

We were pleased to find in a recent free website review by Business Link that our website was judged to be in the top three of communication related websites. ‘Your website did stand out as one of the top 3, … Continue reading

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What was missing from communication at News International?

“I believe that the effort of communicating, the effort of listening, the effort of respecting each other will be key to actually strengthen the institution…I will do my best. To do so I will count on you. You will be … Continue reading

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‘Made to measure’ leaders

The Chartered Institute of PR Awards went ahead in May and Karen was delighted to be invited by her clients Standard Life Investments to attend. They had entered their leadership communication project ‘Made to Measure’ leaders, which Karen guided and … Continue reading

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How to engage with young people

We attended a recent conference on engagement held by the CIPR called Engage Inside.   Of particular interest was a panel discussion with a group of young people, commonly categorised as Generation Y. This group aged approximately 23 and above, are … Continue reading

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>The Engaging Leader

>Are you engaging our people or still in ‘command and tell’mode? Do your people submit ideas or suggestions or are they frustrated getting you to listen? At worst, is the Board at each other’s throats behind closed doors? What do … Continue reading

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