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Even a plain-vanilla topic can benefit from the unexpected.Read more
To make a video more interesting, use the element of surprise.
Q&As are challenging enough for journalists, but they’re even more difficult in employee communication, where egos...Read more
The Q&A is a hard format to write. Here's how.
Start with the headline when creating content for your employee communication channels.Read more
You might fear the reaper, but don't fear the headline in employee communication.
Surveys don’t have to be boring. Add a few unexpected elements, and suddenly a survey can be fun.Read more
What a taco restaurant can teach us about short employee surveys.
Wurman’s construct is still the best organizing principle.Read more
Latch is not only a great way to close things—LATCH is the best organizing principle for communication.
Go ultrashort to reach employees.Read more
The ideal word count for internal communication content is 50.-
Step away from your desk to understand employees’ needs.Read more
When visiting a site, start at the time clock to understand the employee experience
If you don’t get your point across right away, you’ll lose your fight for employees’ attention.Read more
Don't be afraid to take out the scissors to cut copy
Posters lose their potency very quickly. Use a “sell-by” date to refresh content.Read more
Like sliced bread, employee communication posters can get stale


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