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Five for Friday: Feb 19, 2016 / Communication

Posted by Bev Attfield | 1 min read


Every week we see more solid research and data on the many benefits of great communication – from organizational change to employee engagement and corporate performance. Here are five good reads on this topic for this fine Friday:

  1. Solid data shows most organizational change fails due to poor communications. (@VictorLipman1)
  2. Positive reviews lead to higher performance. Awesome begets awesome. (@keithbreene)
  3. What do your potential rock star managers really want? Mentorship. (@mitsmr)
  4. Engaged leaders create engaged teams and disengaged leaders don’t. (@jhzenger / @JoeFolkman)
  5. A contrarian view of why employee engagement isn’t rising. Blame flattened hierarchies. (@lydiadepillis)


Five for Friday is a weekly snapshot of ideas, research, and leading thinking around the web on the topics of corporate culture, internal communication, employee engagement, teamwork, and building better workplaces. Share, connect, and enjoy!

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