Internal communication is crucial to any company culture. Solid communication supports business, helps to see through shared company objectives, and boosts employees’ well-being at work.
Employee Advocacy relies on organizations and their employees making the most out of their social media presence for branding and communication purposes. It is an initiative that requires some social maturity and a shared brand vision. However, there are some myths out there that brands have about Employee Advocacy; how it works and what the program means for the employer and employees.
We chatted with Digital Eminence Practitioner and social business thought leader Andrew Grill about how social media has been around for thousands of years, how companies approach Employee Advocacy and how they can make use of their most eminent employees.
Creating content without an end destination can be a problem – without the right tools to drive it. Jabra has embraced the potential Employee Advocacy carries for sales and marketing targeting purposes.
“Never settle for the first draft” is something that skilled content creators know to be true. You shouldn’t settle for the first idea that comes your way, either. Ideas are diamonds to be polished, and they will only shine after the right amount of planning and optimizing. Oh, and eliminating the waste.