Is it a butterfly you’re looking for, or a caterpillar with an extra leg or two?

The last two years have been a traumatic time for organisations and individuals. The aftermath of this period has left a landslide of questions at every level – as an organisation: are our current offerings relevant? Do we need to improve on our offering? Perhaps our business needs a complete overhaul? Perhaps we must transform the entire business or perhaps the changes we have made is all that was needed?

Internal Communication in 2021: the Glue for a Cohesive Organization

At the end of 2019, few people could have predicted what 2020 was going to look like. The events of 2020 have accelerated the pace of change like never before. To keep up with these changes and streamline the process of change, internal communication’s role proved crucial in many organizations in 2020. And in 2021, internal communication will remain firmly in the spotlight as leaders worldwide are still forced to manage their organizations through this ongoing crisis. Last year’s events, therefore, shape this year’s trends. 

Story Telling or Boring Selling?

The old saying of ‘sell don’t tell’ left the room at least 10 years ago and was replaced with ‘Story telling’ an alternative and far more effective practice adopted to share information – a method that shapes our lives, our workplace, and our world.  The stories told leave behind memories which sit with us and shape our opinions, beliefs, and actions.

Microsoft and Netpresenter: a match made in heaven

Employees in over one million organizations worldwide use Microsoft Office. As a result, ‘Word’, ‘Excel’, and ‘Outlook’ have become synonyms for ‘word processor’, ‘spreadsheet program’, and ’email client’. And ever since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, almost all interaction and collaboration with colleagues now takes place via Microsoft Teams. Teams has quickly grown to a whopping 115 million daily active users. This growth doesn’t come as a surprise: as part of Office 365, many companies were able to quickly adopt Teams when they really needed it. Isn’t it wonderful, an all-in-one solution like that?

Backstage Business | Mythbusting emotions

At our recent Mythbusting session we discussed the eight fundamental emotions with our participants. Our emotions flow through our bodies all the time, regulating everything we undertake, including our thoughts and actions. The Plutchik wheel of emotion is an essential tool if you want to enhance your emotional literacy.

6 Reasons your organization needs a corporate app

On average, we spend 3 hours and 15 minutes a day looking at our smartphones. And although mobile phones are viewed as one of the biggest distractions in the office, they also provide employers opportunities. A corporate app offers a solution to a variety of challenges. We list six reasons why your organization could benefit from a corporate app.

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