Poor employee morale is the No. 1 factor that decreases employee engagement, says an IABC study. Internal comms experts weigh in on how bad morale is identified and offer some cures.
Projecting the right body language often makes or breaks an executive’s media interview or public appearance. Executive coach Carol Kinsey Goman reveals important signals sent, and how they differ by gender.
Aligning employees to business objectives—an exercise often tried but rarely achieved—is one of the Holy Grails for PR pros. According to experts, however, some quality conversations with employees can help with the alignment process.
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While online event attendees enjoy the reduced travel and time commitments of Web-only events, in-person event attendees enjoy personal interactions and expanding their networks.
American consumers are still hesitant to trust companies, CEOs and senior executives, citing corruption and overpay as major reasons for mistrust.
When the National Eating Disorder Association voiced complaints about a Yoplait TV commercial, General Mills listened and "did the right thing," scoring a PR win.
The Redner Group found out the hard way that what doesn’t fly in a boardroom doesn’t fly on Twitter either.
VMS’ Angela Jeffrey provides highlights from AMEC’s European Summit on Measurement.
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