Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Three Years Of Blogging...In Memorable Quotes (PART 2)








And the second segment in this celebratory series takes off... 




6) “Happy workers increase productivity, go the 'extra mile' and become willing cheerleaders...of companies' brands, thereby boosting their reputations”.



Post:

Discussion Forum #2 – What Would Make You Happy At Work? 


Date:

September 2014 







URL:


Description:

Job satisfaction and employees' happiness at work favourably impact the organisation. Although this discussion was time-limited, candid statements from professionals who posted comments makes this post an interesting read. 






7) "Even the most modest effort made by Management to really listen to its staff and to provide what is desired, within reason, communicates a proactive, caring culture”.


Post:

Management 101: Creating A ‘Listening’ Culture. 


Date:

October 2014




URL:


Description:

A 'listening' culture at the workplace is required for effective management and improved performance. Go back to the basics and get it right!  



8) “A good corporate reputation leads to trust in the brand, which leads to increased  patronage  of  the company's products/services,  resulting   in  higher profits for the business”.



Post:

Boosting Corporate Reputations With Effective Communications.






Date:

November  2014


URL:




Description:

Maintaining a good corporate reputation is essential for the profitability and longevity of your brand. Learn how to leverage strategic communications for the competitive edge. This is a must-read article for Management and communications/PR professionals. It also captures the essence of this blog.




9) “Without good content, your brand is dead. Or dying. Or on its way to its imminent demise”.
 

Post:

Leveraging Business Content For Brand Dominance.



Date:

January 2015 



URL:


Description:

Corporate  storytelling  is now  indispensable to  your  business goals. Learn how to use business content to strengthen your brand and get results. Useful tips from content experts such as Copyblogger and Visual.ly are given.  





10) “Unless the content adds value to my work, or addresses specific issues, or clarifies some ambiguity about your policies or strategies, I wouldn't care about it...It wouldn't matter what bells and whistles you use or how often you harp on about your plans”.
 

Post:

Dear Management: Your Communications Suck! 



Date:

February 2015



URL:


The Employee bluntly reveals why Management's communications fail and gives tips for more effective collaboration with staff. This is another eye-opener of an article for those in C-suite positions.





Conclusion







Thus concludes our third anniversary celebration. Thank you all for supporting this blog since its inception in March 2012. 



If you have been a regular reader, let us know your opinions about the blog over the years: Has it grown? How would you rate its articles and the layout/design?




Have you ‘stumbled’ upon this blog? Let us know what you think and how we can improve your experience here. 



Keep your suggestions coming because we really appreciate feedback from you.




Expect changes to the blog this year but don’t fret; we will remain committed to providing great content. 



Cheers!  




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