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Don’t fear Diversity, embrace it

Admit it. Despite reluctance to accept the inevitable, society is becoming more and more multicultural, multidenominational and ever more vocal. We live in a global world filled with a diversity of people from different cultures, lifestyles and backgrounds. 639 more words

Communication vs. Communications

Are you more focused on communication or on communications? That little “s” at the end of the word can make a lot of difference in how we approach our work and how others view our role. 171 more words


Employees Tend To Follow The Leader

By Elizabeth Borton

In a previous blog about behavioral economics, I talked about using “framing” in your headlines to get action. Today, I’d like to share the second lesson from that same… 472 more words

Employee Communications

Healthy employees = Healthiest Employer

In BP’s second year, the Million Step Challenge encourages employees to reach a one-, two- and three-million step goal. As of July 2013, more than 20,000 BP employees, retirees, and their families signed up and are working towards their million steps. 102 more words

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Being humble makes you a better communicator

During a live shot on the news this week, a local reporter caught my attention when she used the word “I” three times in a sentence. 332 more words

Personal Development

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To celebrate National Employee Benefits Day

By Elizabeth Borton

Every year on April 2, the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) celebrates National Employee Benefits Day by providing free benefits education materials. 167 more words

Employee Communications

So what is a White Paper, anyway, and why should you be (selectively) reading them? Simply put, a white paper is an informational resource. Though more and more often used as marketing tools to create brand awareness, a solidly-written white paper sheds light on issues and provide guidance for decision-making.