Patrick Panuncillon — September 22, 2017 — September 22, 2017 geralt / Pixabay Most of us are guilty in the occasional, if not, regular humble-bragging about a new job, new position or about the completion of a big work project on social channels such as Facebook and Twitter. We tag Facebook and Instagram posts and … Continue reading Employee Advocacy: How to Motivate Your Staff
Rebecca Scott — August 1, 2017 Follow @Becky1208 — August 1, 2017 Hillyne / Pixabay A widely held but false belief or idea. If you look up the word ‘Myth’ in a dictionary, that’s what you’ll be told it is. So simple. Correction – deceptively simple. In a world when everything has moved to the … Continue reading Don’t be Myth-Taken: 7 Employee Advocacy Questions Answered
Carol Stephen — July 17, 2017 Follow @Carol_Stephen — July 17, 2017 How to avoid devastating frustrations with employees. During the hiring boom in Silicon Valley, I was a hiring manager at a big corporate firm. And the two biggest things the managers said to avoid? Hiring someone lazy or crazy. That was it. If … Continue reading How to Avoid Devastating Frustrations with Employees
Sarah Goodall — January 25, 2017 Follow @sarahgoodall— January 25, 2017 Dinner time in our household is pretty noisy, messy and not all that peaceful but last night I figured it was time I started talking to the girls about the real world. What’s going on outside our little bubble. We talked about the recent … Continue reading The Biggest Problem With Employee Advocacy…And How You Can Fix It
Personal Branding Blog — January 31, 2017 — January 31, 2017 Corporate volunteer programs have a greater value in the long run and can bring many positive business returns. While these programs may only seem doing some work for a good cause, they are much more than that. They are also about employee engagement, company … Continue reading Why You Should Encourage Your Employees for Charity Work?
Ali Robins — January 5, 2017 — January 5, 2017 According to a 2016 report from Statistic Brain, only 8% of Americans are successful in keeping their New Year’s Resolutions. The most common explanation for this (which we can all relate to) is simply that life gets in the way. We have so much to … Continue reading How To Help Your Employees Keep Their New Year’s Resolutions
Don Tinney — December 30, 2016 Follow @eosworldwide— December 30, 2016 One of your many challenges as a manager is determining who on your team has the capacity to be effective in their current role or an open position they want to take. In Traction, capacity is the last measurable in the GWC equation and … Continue reading Measuring Your Employees’ Capacity
Sarah Goodall — December 10, 2016 Follow @sarahgoodall— December 10, 2016 The easiest definition for “employee advocacy” would be the promotion of an organisation by its staff members but it goes far deeper than that. The concept rests on the idea that our lives are very intertwined digitally; roughly half the world is on the … Continue reading What Is Employee Advocacy?
David Kiger — November 23, 2016 Follow @davidkiger— November 23, 2016 Beyond the good feelings and family gatherings during Thanksgiving week, it can also be a time to ponder the value of gratitude. For CEOs, that can mean taking the time to show true thanks for the employees around them, and offering gestures that show … Continue reading CEOs, Thanksgiving and the Benefits of Gratitude
Mike Orr — November 18, 2016 — November 18, 2016 The world of content has changed dramatically. According to Edelman’s Trust Barometer for 2016 , 2 of the top 3 most-used sources of news and information are peer-influenced media. Brands are responding to this shift by launching employee advocacy (aka employee amplification, social employee, social … Continue reading Parrot on the Menu for Thanksgiving? Rethinking Employee Advocacy