Use These 6 Childhood Games in Your Organization to Instantly Increase Morale | InspireHUB

How important is a morale booster to your team?  Many communicators are stuck in ancient protocols that leave their internal communications boring and dry.  As research points out, employee engagement leads to both a happier workforce and a significantly healthier bottom line.

An increasing number of organizations are finding interesting lessons in the art of play, and more specifically in "gamification." Gamification recognizes that human behaviour revolves around the need for "validation" and "rewards" so finding what things are most meaningful to your employees in those areas and simple ways of "making it so" can be game-changers.

Here are 6 games you can adapt right now...


10 Interesting Things You Need to Know About Social Intranets | InspireHUB

The corporate Intranet plays an important role in internal communications.  Intranet 2.0 is the "social intranet."

While the types of tools and the way they are used widely varies, studies offer insight into the communications barriers and boosts for productivity and employee engagement.

 

Here are 10 opportunities to up your game ...


10 Facts You Should Not Ignore About Internal Communications | InspireHUB

Internal communications are essential to a company's growth and success. It impacts morale, productivity and revenue.

You might be surprised to learn the numbers behind the way businesses are using technology to boost employee engagement and the bottom line.

 

Here's where to lean in ...


10 Things You Need to Know About Employee Engagement | InspireHUB

When employees are highly engaged morale goes up, productivity goes up and so do your profits.

While more companies are leading with empathy and wellness, employee engagement is often misunderstood and sometimes harder to translate into real ROI.

 

Here's what you need to know ...


The 3 most important reasons you need to STOP the email madness ... right now. | InspireHUB

 

You're exhausted. We get it! And if your boss isn't convinced that your "email fatigue" is a real problem, we've done your homework for you so you can send up the SOS. What your boss cares about is the bottom line. Here's a primer to help you make the case that it's time to handle internal communications in a different way.


How LinkedIn's Growing Pains May In Fact Signal an Opportunity for Deeper Engagement In the Remote Workplace

There's some hand-wringing going on over on LinkedIn. It seems the "Camelot" of business communities is going through some growing pains. They're not immune to the messiness of "work life" and "personal life" mixing things up.

In June of this year, Global Workplace Analytics and FlexJobs put out a new report that shows telecommuting workers increased by 115%. That’s about 3.9 million people working from home or almost 3% of the total U.S. workforce, working from home at least half the time in 2015, an increase from 1.8 million in 2005.

What does this have to do with LinkedIn and the engagement rules changing? More than you realize. Click through for a quick primer on how the blurring of the two worlds isn't necessarily a bad thing, and why it may signal an opportunity for deeper and more meaningful "virtual workplace" connections that make business better, not worse.

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