Smarp’s annual kickoff took place in January this year. The event-intensive week covered workshops, interactive presentations – and of course – some partying.
Good internal communication should not be taken for granted – it requires effort on both sides. Investing in a good company culture can have wondrous short- and long-term effects for business. A solid company culture relies on internal communication – and vice versa.
I recently presented the benefits of Employee Advocacy to the managers of The Social Insurance Institution of Finland at their social media kickoff event. I concentrated on how employees using social media during work hours can benefit the team and overall work experience.
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.
You've probably heard the saying “It takes a village to raise a child”. The same concept holds true in business, regarding the successful generation, development, and completion of a project.
HR can break free from old traditions and unconditional structures. Employee Advocacy is a good first step.
Customer service will always be a key aspect of any company.
A good company culture starts with good management. How does Employee Advocacy kick in? In several ways, actually. Employee Advocacy isn’t just the latest marketing trend or just a social media phrase to gain more traction on LinkedIn – it's just good management. Not sure? Here are some proven reasons why advocacy helps your company and employees, by using channels that you already use every day.