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Employer Brand Headlines Newsletter

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How the Best Teams Keep Good Ideas Alive
How the Best Teams Keep Good Ideas Alive
Many leaders feel stuck. They know that employee perspectives are crucial for retention and innovation, but they struggle to single-handedly create a culture where employees are empowered both to speak up with ideas and to see them through — where it’s the good idea that matters, rather than the role or status of the person who initially raises it. Based on their research on “voice cultivation” — the collective, social process through which employees help lower-power team members’ voiced ideas reach implementation — the authors have identified several tactics leaders and their teams can use to help ensure good ideas make it to implementation: amplifying, developing, legitimizing, exemplifying, and issue-raising.
·hbr.org·
How the Best Teams Keep Good Ideas Alive
A philosopher's guide to messy transformations
A philosopher's guide to messy transformations
People need a shared understanding of what digital transformation means. Aristotle has a framework that helps.
·strategy-business.com·
A philosopher's guide to messy transformations
5 Things to Build a Great Company Culture
5 Things to Build a Great Company Culture
Need help growing and cultivating a great company culture? Most managers do! Here are some things to keep in mind as you grow your team.
·under30ceo.com·
5 Things to Build a Great Company Culture
Turn Your Employer Brand Into a Growth Driver
Turn Your Employer Brand Into a Growth Driver
We’re entering an era of the unified brand, when employer brand marketing makes a supercharged contribution to business growth. Are you ready?
·linkedin.com·
Turn Your Employer Brand Into a Growth Driver
How to Conduct Content Audits
How to Conduct Content Audits
Looking to refresh your blog or website? Learn why content audits of your old blog posts and other published work are so important.
·managingeditor.com·
How to Conduct Content Audits
Finding joy in the mundane
Finding joy in the mundane
In celebration of the everyday
·astrategistsguidetoart.substack.com·
Finding joy in the mundane
How to Define Your Employee Value Proposition
How to Define Your Employee Value Proposition
What can businesses do to make an impression on potential candidates and outpace their competitors when it comes to talent acquisition? A well defined employee value proposition (EVP) is an important first step
·smartdreamers.com·
How to Define Your Employee Value Proposition
Culture.
Culture.
The Future Does Not Fit in the Containers of the Past. Edition 92.
·rishad.substack.com·
Culture.
Why Community Branding Efforts Fail - Branding Strategy Insider
Why Community Branding Efforts Fail - Branding Strategy Insider
As I traveled the U.S. giving talks to economic development professionals on how their community brand could uniquely deliver the American Dream, I had
·brandingstrategyinsider.com·
Why Community Branding Efforts Fail - Branding Strategy Insider
Employee Value Proposition (EVP) Postpandemic Should Focus on the Why
Employee Value Proposition (EVP) Postpandemic Should Focus on the Why
.@Gartner_HR research shows only 31% of #HR leaders believe their current employees are satisfied with their employee value proposition. The EVP for a postpandemic workforce must orient toward employees as people, not workers. Read on. #GartnerHR
·gartner.com·
Employee Value Proposition (EVP) Postpandemic Should Focus on the Why
Why Employer Branding is the best thing to happen to your business
Why Employer Branding is the best thing to happen to your business
You’ve probably invested a lot of your time, energy, and marketing resources in branding as a company. You’ve looked into ways to position your brand, its products and services at the top of searches for your potential clients.
·linkedin.com·
Why Employer Branding is the best thing to happen to your business
How Most Companies Mess Up Hiring for Values
How Most Companies Mess Up Hiring for Values
In an ideal world, if your company hires people who perfectly fit your corporate values, you should have a crop of high performers perfectly aligned with your strategy, brand, and more. Unfortunately, quite a few companies have not adequately defined their values. A recent Leadership IQ study, “Why Company Values Are Falling Short,” shows that only…
·ere.net·
How Most Companies Mess Up Hiring for Values