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Remember the “all employees must attend” meeting late on a Friday afternoon? If so, you’re not alone. It usually meant […]
The writing team here at Parthenon is made up of a bunch of rockstars. The nice part of my job […]
Successful internal communications put a spotlight on employees who show the company values at work. The trick is to find them. All it takes is a shift in thinking, developing a few discovery tactics and letting go of an image of the “perfect” story.
Every organization wants to have effective employee communications. Most do not do it well. In fact, 85 percent of employees […]
Parthenon is pleased to play a role in helping HCA celebrate Nurses Week (May 6-12, 2016). We do so each […]
Rather than a tool or a platform, the focus of marketers in 2015 will be on an audience. It will be the year of the employee.
(aka: How To Make Your Employees Give A Damn About Corporate Sharing) When employees hear the word “Intranet” they often imagine an endless procession of cubicles, red tape and TPS Reports. In order to combat that, we’ve created a cheat sheet to help you make your intranet engaging and empowering for executives and employees alike.
Parthenon’s work for Unum was recognized by the Insurance and Financial Communications Association (IFCA) with a Best of Show award […]
When it comes to employees, customers and members, mum is not the word. Why you should get strategic with your internal and external messages.
Communication is at the heart of building business relationships: top-to-bottom, bottom-to-top, peer-to-peer, internally and externally. The best relationships are two-way with active dialogue. You can have a solid plan and vision, employees with phenomenal capacity and business integrity – but not communicating to your employees, customers and members can be toxic.