Posts Tagged: Communication

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 6 July 2020

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 6 July 2020

Interesting or inspiring articles (perhaps a bit of both)… | This week: How being a perfectionist is good for your creativity, three rules for communicating in unprecedented times, can Agile work for your communication teams and a new definition of purpose for the for-profit industry.

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 1 June 2020

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 1 June 2020

Interesting or inspiring articles (perhaps a bit of both)… | This week: Statistics on readership levels for email, how to have a better conversation, what to do about misinformation and disinformation and why using acronyms is not effective.

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 27 April 2020

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 27 April 2020

Interesting or inspiring articles (perhaps a bit of both)… | This week: Should the “forgetting curve” be a consideration for employee communication programs, answering tough questions during a crisis, is your organization ready for a cyber security incident and the qualities effective leaders should have during a crisis.

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 30 March 2020

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 30 March 2020

Interesting or inspiring articles (perhaps a bit of both)… | This week: COVID-19 communication resources for communicating during a crisis, including advice on when to “say nothing” and a framework for social media audits.

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 17 February 2020

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 17 February 2020

Interesting or inspiring articles (perhaps a bit of both)… | This week: If haphazard writing styles are making you crazy, is long-term capitalism viable, how and why to treat your employees as customers and are you aware of the latest in effective leadership qualities?

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 3 February 2020

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 3 February 2020

Interesting or inspiring articles (perhaps a bit of both)… | This week: Why listening is a critical leadership capability, progress at the World Economic Forum and risks to your organization for 2020.