Scroll through my favorite articles that explore career development topics, including internal communications, writing tips, time management methods, productivity hacks, networking skills, office etiquette, happiness habits and more. Enjoy!
If telecommuting is to flourish, social barriers must come down. Companies must develop online chatrooms and “virtual water coolers” so that telecommuters can engage in the types of casual discourse that usually take place in the office lunchroom. They must establish virtual project teams so that telecommuters can engage in collaborative work instead of being relegated to the social isolation of individual work. Finally, they must train their managers to effectively supervise employees online, and to recognize and reward telecommuters for their contributions.
I’ve been doing a lot of reading this year. So in no particular order, here are some books I recommend to help you learn about internal communication, PR, culture and related subjects. There are 31 on this list and I’m sure there’s something for everyone!
An internal comms content calendar is a spreadsheet that helps you organize and plan when and how your content is going to come out. It is a visual representation of how your content process works.
Whether you have all things confidence figured out or you’re still on a journey to maximum self-empowerment it’s nice to reflect on how our daily habits can correlate to how we conquer the world. Here are some habits that I (try to) implement to get me feeling more confident and capable. My hope is that this list can help you feel the same.
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