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Monday Morning Quarterback

We hosted a webinar last week for the Health Action Council entitled “Monday Morning Quarterback — How to Analyze your 2015 Annual Enrollment and Prepare for Next Year.” 263 more words

Employee Communications

2 Tactics That Could Have Cleaned Up College Football Playoff’s Muddy Messaging

On Dec. 7, the College Football Playoff Selection Committee unveiled the four teams that would be participating in this year’s inaugural event … and it was not without controversy. 417 more words

Communications

Tis the Season…for Checklists!

As the holidays approach, we all have lists to check. Gifts to buy. Guests to invite. Food to prepare. Heck, even Santa is checking his naughty or nice list. 231 more words

Employee Communications

27 Idioms For More Effective Communication with the Chinese

Working in Mainland China can be tough for Westerners, not simply because of the incredibly different culture and society, but also because almost everyone else speaks a different language. 1,855 more words

Chinese Language

Ferguson, Michael Brown, and Speaking Up

I was planning on posting something different today – on how to talk to your ideal clients. I will do so… but right now there is only one thing on my mind. 675 more words

Daily Inspiration

Health Care Terms Made Simple

One of the challenges of benefits communications is keeping it simple. Terms like premiums, deductibles and provider networks, may seem obvious to you since you work in the business but are gobbledegook to your employees and their family members. 152 more words

Communication Tips

How Obama looks so relaxed when speaking - and what you can "borrow" from his technique pt 1

Ever wondered how Barack Obama looks so “natural” and relaxed when he speaks?
He doesn’t have to look down at notes. He keeps good eye contact with his audience and shares his attention around many parts of “the room” (the venue). 583 more words