All-hands meetings and town halls, whether in person, virtual, or hybrid, are vital platforms that enable employees to engage with leaders. But they also carry high risk for executives. To achieve this balance, you should avoid these six don’ts—applicable whether you are speaking with internal audiences of 1,000 or one-on-one.
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PR Roundup: the Middle East and Internal Comms, The Guardian Questions Edelman, and Dept. of Commerce Asks for DEI HelpNovember 30th, 2023 by Nicole Schuman
This week’s PR Roundup takes a look at the topic of the Middle East and internal communication, a media report on Edelman’s client relationships and its Trust Barometer, and the U.S. Department of Commerce asking… Continued
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