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4 Terrifying Communication Stories You Won’t Believe

Posted by Daniel Wagstaff on Oct 23, 2018 6:00:00 AM

Back in the day, internal communications were a mere footnote in the year-end report of a company, with businesses not yet knowing how to approach this mean of employee interaction or not fully understanding its benefits. Cult comedies such as Office Space (1999) depicted internal communications as these mischief-creating channels, giving us lines as the now-famous, “did you get the memo?” in which Gary Cole’s character scolds an employee for ignoring an internal memo. If in films internal communication situations gone bad are a source of amusement, in real life the comedy can rapidly turn into horror, as any leaked internal communications can lead to serious problems for your company.

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Topics: Internal Communications

5 Internal Communication Message Templates

Posted by Daniel Wagstaff on Oct 12, 2018 6:00:00 AM

We are living in technology-driven times, in which communications carry a significant weight, no matter what their nature is. When it comes to internal communications, best practices suggest to always trust a well-executed and thoroughly-implemented plan. Such plans provide organizations in industries as diverse as commercial real estate to financial services with the ability to have a road map to internal communications, always have solutions at hand for any situation that might arise, and maintain a steady and consistent communication with its employees.

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Topics: Internal Communications

More Questions Internal Communications Should Ask

Posted by Daniel Wagstaff on Oct 2, 2018 6:00:00 AM

The need for communicating internally in a company never ends. Whether it's sending out new policies, shouting out corporate successes, communicating your company’s quarter strategy or simply making an announcement, internal comms are vital lifeblood in any organization.

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Topics: Internal Communications

Top 5 Questions Internal Communications Should Ask

Posted by Daniel Wagstaff on Sep 25, 2018 9:30:08 AM

Successful communication within all levels of the organizational hierarchy is essential for the development and success of any business. In fact, internal communications are as important as communicating with your customers. As a key factor in achieving your goals and objectives, internal communication needs to undergo a constant process of improvement. “Good ideas need good strategies.” Reid Hoffman, the founder of LinkedIn once said. Think about what your goals are, what you need your internal communications to express, and from there, design a plan to implement. The medium might not be the message, but in today’s corporate culture, the medium matters in terms of how the message is received, interpreted, processed, and overall put to good use.

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Topics: Internal Communications

8 Internal Communication Best Practices

Posted by Daniel Wagstaff on May 16, 2018 4:00:48 AM

Internal communications are an integral part of most modern businesses. In fact, how well a message is communicated as just as important as the message itself in some cases. Internal communications is a fine art, when delivered correctly messages can connect, engage, and motivate staff.

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Topics: Internal Communications

Questions To Ask When Selecting An Emergency Notification System For Your Business Continuity Plan

Posted by Daniel Wagstaff on May 15, 2018 11:01:41 AM

There are many emergency notification systems available for businesses to use in the event of a natural or manmade threat to their infrastructure and daily business processes.

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Topics: Emergency Notification System, Internal Communications, business continuity

Why Redflag Needs to be a Part of Your Internal Communications Plan

Posted by Daniel Wagstaff on Apr 24, 2018 9:46:21 AM

Any serious business needs to make sure that they include Redflag in their internal communications plan. Internal communications plans help businesses and their staff by displaying a set of guidelines by which staff can follow, outlining when, what, and how to communicate with one another inside the business.

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Topics: Internal Communications, Internal Communications Plan