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10 Social Media Tips to Improve Internal Communication within Your Company

10 Social Media Tips to Improve Internal Communication within Your Company

-Best-Selling Author Steve Nicholls Explains how to maximize productivity, Facilitate interdepartmental communication, and overcome geography- When most business leaders think of social media, they think of how it can help them communicate with clients and potential clients. This is true, but what many don’t realize is that it is equally important to use social media […]

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Social media case study: Hi Matic Hotel

Social media case study: Hi Matic Hotel

Social media case study: Hi Matic Hotel   Hi Matic Hotel is a hotel in France that harvested the power of social media to turn its client base into a community. Located in Paris, the five-storey hotel has created its own internal social media network exclusively for its guests. Interconnected touch-screens are spread throughout the […]

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Wall Street Journal Radio

Wall Street Journal Radio

  Internal Communications Steve Nicholls’ Interview on the Wall Street Journal Radio Network; a short segment about Internal communications in business. See the full article on: 10 Social Media Tips to Improve Internal Communication within Your Company

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Social Media Collaboration

Social Media Collaboration

Social Media Collaboration Collaboration, or co-laboring, refers to the joint participation of two or more parties in a project. It can take place between employees, teams and departments, but also between bilateral groups like business/customers, business/suppliers or business/stakeholders. As business is essentially done through partnerships and teamwork, collaboration is a crucial element that turns the […]

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Posted in: Internal Communications, Social Media Applications, Social Media landscape, Social Media Opportunities

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Social Media Communications

Social Media Communications

Social Media Communications Efficient communication – amongst a company’s staff, or between staff and clients, or again between sales and customers, or even between upper and lower management – is simply crucial. A business without successful internal and external communication is a business that will gradually degrade. Successful communication means, first, that communication exists, second, that […]

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Informal networks – getting the news hot off the grapevine

Informal networks – getting the news hot off the grapevine

  If the formal organisation is the skeleton of your business, then the informal network is its central nervous system. Employees gathered around the water cooler are just as likely to be passing on tips for better working practice as details of last night’s TV. So how can companies harness the speed, skill and efficiency […]

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Social Media in Business Internal Communication Strategies – Lets Talk About It!

Social Media in Business Internal Communication Strategies – Lets Talk About It!

Social Media in Business Internal Communication Strategies – Lets Talk About It! “Internal communication strategies in business” is basically the dialogue between employees and employer, and the dialogue between work colleagues. 1. Meetings with boss and employees – top down approach 2. Colleagues review of meeting afterwards – bottom-up approach 3. Newsletters, annual reports, memos […]

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