Put people first
They say culture eats strategy for breakfast. And, in the new working world, you’ll need an appetite to start putting people first. Your business tools can help show you care about culture by giving people more ways to tell you who they are and what they need to make work more meaningful.
Read 20 tips to start putting your people first
Turn communication into conversation
Lots of chat at work. Cascaded comms, long-winded emails, a static post on the intranet. But when it comes down to it, you’ll need to make all this chat a lot more two-way and a lot less top-down. Enable and encourage comments and reactions to open up the debate and get information flowing to the right people at the right time.
Learn how to give people a voice at your organisation
Level-up your leadership comms
Be a person, not a title. How? By finding new ways to connect with employees. Your communication tools can help you be authentic and immediate with an unscripted video post. Or to show empathy by getting involved in the company conversation below the line. And to do it better next time by measuring the impact of what you say.
Discover how these 20 leaders are levelling up their comms
Make people feel at home, at work
Remote working was always big, but it became essential in 2020. Hybrid working will be even bigger in 2021 and beyond. So how can organisations enable people to build culture, stay connected, and stay in touch wherever they work? Start by using the right business tools to connect people and help keep working from home working for you.
Read six ways to help people feel at home when at work
No desk? No problem
Frontline workers have some awesome insights about your business. But how can you hear their suggestions if they don’t have a voice? When 40% of desk-less workers don’t have access to collaboration software, an email address or a phone, leaders need to connect essential frontline workers with the right business tools. And soon.
Explore why desk-less workers shouldn't be voiceless workers