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5 Best Practices for Internal Communication

Effective communication in the workplace has many benefits. When you commit to employee engagement through internal communication, your company only stands to benefit.

When you communicate with your employees, it’s important to not only focus on the messages you are delivering but also how you are communicating those messages.

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These are some of the best practices for internal communication:

  1. Planning

One of the biggest mistakes that organizations make when they attempt to have a communication strategy internally is to take a cookie-cutter approach without determining their own unique needs and what they are hoping to achieve.

The template that your friend at Company Z sent you might not work within the unique corporate culture of  Company X.… Read more

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Reducing Hospital Noise for Better Patient Outcomes

 

Hospitals across the nation are constantly being challenged to reduce noise and create quiet environments for their patients rest and recover.

With hospitals running around-the-clock, they are busy hubs of activities day and night. Noises come in many forms, from patient monitoring equipment through to overhead announcements, carts and beds being wheeled from one location to another as well as staff and patients talking and so on.

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It’s been found that the average noise levels in hospitals have increased by 15 decibels over the last 40 years and sit at around 70 decibels. This is well above the recommended limit of 35 decibels for a healing environment set by the World Health Organization.… Read more

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How to Well Prepare for an IT Outage

Living in a world that everything seems to move super fast, IT outages is one of the major predicaments that many organizations if not all have to deal with. This is by wondering whether an IT system is good enough, up to date and prediction of the impacts of outage or rather downtime.

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Causes of an IT outage

All outages, planned and unplanned may be caused by different things, including; hardware and server breakdowns, power outages, software failures, human errors, environmental issues, just to mention but a few.

Since these outages are mostly unpredictable, companies are advised to always have a contingency plan to either prevent the outage or at least reduce the impact of the system outage.Read more

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Improving Communication in the Workplace with Digital Signage

Employee engagement is a critical aspect of any company that wants to achieve its business goals and to make sure that staff members are committed to their work and the business they work for. In order to achieve employee engagement, it is then important for businesses to focus on communication.

Effective communication in the workplace is representative of the company and what it stands for and values. It allows companies to go through rough patches and challenges with transparency and honesty, and it enables businesses to create a work environment that values inclusivity and involvement. While there are many ways to get employees engaged, forward-thinking businesses today have turned to digital solutions to make sure that employees are engaged and satisfied with their work and company.… Read more

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Five Ways of Improving Communication in a Small Business

Five Ways of Improving Communication in a Small Business

Communication is essential in any relationship, be it with your partner, children, family members, colleagues, and friends. It is also vital in a company, whether a small firm employing a handful of employees or a multinational conglomerate that has thousands of workers under its payroll.

Communication is particularly needed by a small business. A start-up firm will not be able to achieve its goals of expanding or growing its business when its personnel aren’t communicating with each other.… Read more

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