The problem is that everyone has 5 or 7 ‘small things to remember,’ and it’s no longer inspiring or motivating. This year I’m making a concerted effort to use my critical media and thinking skills to reduce the noise, and with that comes the understanding that “5 Things” multiplied by all of my areas of…Continue Reading
Below are the four most common areas that contribute to the systemic and structural problems many organizations face during fast growth and scaling. We call them the Four Pillars of Internal Communications – the What, Where, When, and How of information sharing.
If your team is suffering from communication overload or experiencing burnout and the “brain drain” that accompanies remote work, assess the efficacy of your policies surrounding the following:Continue Reading
It’s the WHERE of the What, Where, When and How of communication policy that will keep leaders and remote teams on top of projects. Generally speaking, these are the platforms (or platform families) to share each type of information: Email – detailed information sharing such as reporting and directives Slack – time-sensitive, response required info…Continue Reading
There are few things harder to overcome, especially in business, than a poor first impression. Nobody wants to be seen, heard, or read as deserving the old “bless their heart” adage. You know the one. They mean well but need a clean-up crew to follow them around and apologize for their missteps and mistaken words…Continue Reading
You’ve hit your limit. You know that you can’t perform at your best with all of the administrative tasks piling up around you. You are a professional on the go. So, what do you do? You hire a virtual assistant.Continue Reading