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A sure way to drive employees crazy is to never share what executives discuss or decide until a new mandate lands on the organization’s collective head. While senior leaders should expect some privacy in decision-making and debate,…
Open discussions between the leaders and employees of an organization are an excellent way to address concerns about, say, a looming budget crisis. Such a crisis — and the precepts of smart government — would dictate, however, that you don’t spend a fortune on travel, tech, and venue to have such a discussion.
Well, you don’t have to. Town hall meetings can be complicated, but with some smart planning, they can be cheap and (relatively) low-stress affairs. …Continue
Writer/editor guy becomes web guy. Then what?
I lead internal comm. at my agency. In February, I was asked to also take on leading our web and social media team after its former lead stepped down from supervision. And we didn’t (and still don't) have the budget to hire someone else. Having a decent grasp of web content, but being largely ignorant of design, programming, and policy, of course I said “Yeah, I’ll do…