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Who is Responsible for Internal Communication?

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An increasing number of companies are taking steps to improve their internal communication. However, most companies are not very clear about one thing: Who is responsible for internal communication?

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How to Engage Employees Through Good Management

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Instead of spending money on new hires, engaging your current employees is an investment that pays off. Leaders have a crucial role in engaging employees daily.

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Why Creating a Knowledge Sharing Culture is Key for Growth

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Knowledge sharing results in learning from mistakes, empowering employees and engaged employees. Having a culture of sharing information and content is vital to business success.

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Key Ways to Improve Company Culture Without Spending Lots of Money

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Acknowledging your employees, providing opportunities for growth and investing in communication can greatly improve company culture.

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Four Common Internal Communication Challenges to Tackle

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Smooth internal communication is not an easy feat. It requires a combination of information flow, considering individual needs and measuring, to name a few.

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Knowledge Sharing – The Key to Employee Engagement

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What’s the main intellectual capital of employees these days? The availability and sharing of knowledge.

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Improve Employee Engagement – Invest in the Employee Experience

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Investing in the employee experience is important for engaging employees at work on a daily basis.

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What is Employee Engagement?

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How is employee engagement defined? What do different definitions have in common? We asked professionals what employee engagement means for them.

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Boosting Company Culture through Social Media Advocacy

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There is a positive correlation between company culture and being a social business.

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Smarp Welcomes New Commercial Director

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Smarp’s new commercial director will steer the commercial unit and implement the new strategy.

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