Author Archives: Good Company

TRIBE TRIVIA: Offline Workers and the Company Vision

Q: True or False: Non-desk employees, such as those on the manufacturing line or in the retail stores, see a direct link between their work and the success of the company vision. A: False, for 78 percent of them, according […]

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TRIBE TRIVIA: Cascading Communications

Q: What’s one topic employees don’t want left to cascading communications from their direct managers? A: Vision and values, according to Tribe’s national research on employees’ preferences in internal communications. About two-thirds (68 percent) of respondents prefer to get that […]

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TRIBE TRIVIA: Change Management

Q: True or false: Most employees are satisfied with how their company handles communications about major change. A: False: Not so much, according to Tribe’s national employee research. 84 percent of respondents said change management communications at their company are […]

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Planning a Wedding on a Budget in 3 Weeks

The key to success on this one is to be very blessed to have helpful and talented friends and family. Mid -August, my boyfriend Devin, got a call asking if he wanted to apply for a position in Italy for […]

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Bringing Corporate Values to Life Internally

Every company has some sort of list of their corporate values. They probably live on the website somewhere and the CEO might refer to them on occasion. But do your employees know what they are? Could they repeat them or, better […]

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Tools for your trade

Communication toolkits are a great channel that makes it easy for communicators to push messaging out to the entire employee population. They enable direct managers and others to cascade information easily, while keeping the messaging and branding consistent. Delivery can […]

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Using Measurement Results to Improve Internal Communications

Internal communications measurement can take on many different meanings. To some, it can be as simple as how many employees clicked on an article, or open rates for an email. While this type of tactical measurement may be important, it’s […]

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In Your Dreams

Just the other night, I woke up at 4:30 in the morning with a start. Panicked, I was convinced that the ceiling in my bedroom was caving in. I stared up at the crumbling drywall, trying to figure out what […]

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The (Very Surprising) Engagement

Next Thursday, 8/29, I’ll officially have been engaged for two months. Wow! Feels weird saying that. Time has flown. And not just because I’m having fun; I’ve also been busy! But I would like to finally share my engagement story […]

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Training for Retention Across Generations

How do you customize training programs to match generational learning preferences? Check out Tribe’s latest one sheet on training for retention across generations.

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