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November 30, 2018

Weekly Round-Up: 10 Questions for Internal Comms Surveys, 8 Comms Tips for Office Moves, Critical Element of Employment Strategy, 3 Leadership Competencies, How to Recognize a Leader


Welcome to my weekly round-up of the best-of-the-best recent leadership and communication blog posts.

  • 8 Tips for Office Move Communications
    By SnapComms Team (@snapcomms), SnapComms

    “Moving offices can be unsettling to employees; however, effective internal communication can minimize uncertainty and fear and smooth the disruption. When handled well, moving offices can be a motivational and positive change for employees. Here are eight top tips for effective communication before, during, and after an office move...”
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  • Engagement is Critical to Employment Strategy Too
    By Kimberly Gardiner, PR News (@PRNews)

    “In recent years, recruitment and retention has crept to the top of the list of the most pressing issues facing communicators at brands, organizations and firms. Strong economic performance, steady job growth, low unemployment and shifting demographics have created marketplace conditions where the demand for talent has outpaced the supply…”
  • Three Leadership Competencies For Successful Leaders
    By Scott Lewis, Forbes (@Forbes)

    “There are two sides to the leadership coin. On one side you have leadership attributes. On the other side of the coin are competencies. There are three in particular that are essential for leaders to grow: the ability to lead, the ability to develop and the ability to get results…”
  • How to Recognize a Leader
    By Jesse Lynn Stoner (@JesseLynStoner via @Seapoint_Center), Seapoint Center

    “How do you recognize who’s a leader? Is it the person telling everyone what to do? Not necessarily. If he is being ignored, he is only talking to himself. Is it the person giving directions? Telling people where to go? Not necessarily...”

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—David Grossman

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