Monthly Archives: January 2014

Australian Edelman Trust Barometer results revealed….how does Oz stack up?

Employees – not leaders – are now the most trusted source of information about business in Australia across four key areas: customer service, innovation, business practices and leadership information. These are the findings of the Australian Edelman Trust Barometer 2014. … Continue reading

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Building the trust in business – what can internal communicators do about it?

The findings of the 2014 Edelman Trust Barometer explore for the 14th year running the importance of trust in business: “We believe that trust is an asset that enterprises must understand and properly manage in order to be successful in … Continue reading

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Five myths about producing ‘expensive’ and ‘time-consuming’ corporate videos

The last few years have seen an explosion in the numbers of internal comms pros using video as a primary tool for employee communication. But often, video is seen as expensive and requiring too much time to produce. Especially for … Continue reading

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How important is technology to employee engagement?

I’m lucky enough to have a workplace-provided iPhone, iPad and latest model laptop. I can BYO my own iPhone or iPad to the office if I choose. I can work flexibly on wi-fi around the building and my manager supports me to … Continue reading

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Do our internal comms need a diet?

Just a few years ago an internal comms strategy was akin to the ‘three square meals a day’ approach. It was designed to be hearty and filling, with enough nutritious energy to sustain employees throughout the working week. Sure, there … Continue reading

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