Tag Archives: Organizational communication

The Many Uses of Twitter for Connecting Communicators

Writers are either dreaming of what they’ll write next or twitching for a keyboard (or their smartphone) to jot down a great thought that just came to mind for a piece they’re working on. And, of course, we’re all trying to achieve the 3 basic Cs of effective writing: Clear, Concise and Connecting.  I learned the third […]

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Controlling Content in a Sea of Social Media Change

When was your last online ‘aha’ moment? I’m not talking about your friend’s post or text that had you laughing uncontrollably (on the floor?). I’m talking about the video that matched your passion and captured your imagination, or the article that reeled you in so deep (30 minutes later) that you’re now late for what […]

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The Power of Conversation in Our Digital Day

Even as I desperately search the house for any – ANY – of this family’s five cell phone chargers before mine dies, I am basking in the glow of an old-school communications win. It involved executive-level communicators and students sitting together, four-at-a-table, sharing, listening, and learning from each other’s greatest successes in organizational communications. Then, […]

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