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It’s hard to deny the fact that remote working is on the rise.  85% of millennials say that they want to telecommute 100% of the time, and 91% of virtual teams feel that they get more done when they’re not tied down to a physical......

This past February 21-22, Internal Communications professionals flew to New Orleans to join the 7th Annual Internal Communications Communications & Situational Messaging Conference produced by Marcus Evans. While sponsoring this conference, OFC had the privilege of meeting many of these culture & communications professionals and......

When you need to communicate a rollout of new initiatives, win hearts and minds around corporate change, position your brand for success, or even shine the spotlight on stand-out employees, video is definitely the way to go. We can all agree that not all corporate......

This past February, OFC had the privilege of being a sponsor at the 7th Annual Internal Communications & Situational Messaging Conference produced by Marcus Evans. Culture & Communications professionals from global companies all flew to New Orleans to binge on sugary beignets and discuss their......

Thanks to smartphones, capturing high quality videos on cellphones has never been easier. However, poor operating techniques will result in a poor video. Follow the 4 “L”s of videography to capture the perfect videos on your cellphone: LIGHT. A video is only as good as......

It’s no surprise that communication issues in the workplace are not an uncommon thing. Whether it comes down to miscommunication, confusing directives, or simply a lack of communication, the end result is a decrease in productivity. According to a survey in HR Magazine, participants said......

While change is never fun or easy, it’s necessary for creating a successful and evolving industry. From new technology to new business practices, we have to constantly be looking for new ways to enhance our already established behaviors. This involves having a keen eye for......

The world is changing every day. Millennials are joining the workforce, people are redefining what successful company culture looks like, and companies are evolving into a new age of technology. Here are a few trends you need to watch and implement into your company. Education. You’re probably......

When it comes to the workplace, not everyone wants to stay put. Some may be content with doing so, but others dream of rising through the ranks and serving the company in different ways. Unfortunately, not everyone is made for roles in higher management, but......

To make any new communication plan effective, it’s vital to include measurement moments to know where that plan should be adjusted. Adjustments can include anything from changing key messages & tactics to changing communications channels. Here are a few ways you can improve the impact......

Earning employee attention around important initiatives is hard enough. Trying to earn their attention to complete a survey? – even harder!   Here are easy ways to increase survey participation among employees so you can gain better employee insights:   Don’t compete for attention. Check......

Your responsibility as a communicator is to create, plan and execute your message using insights. Getting honest feedback is crucial to any corporate communication initiative. Whether you set up your own “insights” focus group or just ask your colleagues, you can improve internal communication by......

Marketing your brand internally is just as important as marketing it to external customers. After all, your employees are the face of the company. By engaging your employees, you’ll help them make a more powerful emotional connection to the products and services you sell. By......

The key to anyone’s heart is through their stomachs. So it makes sense that free, unlimited snacks are becoming a common office perk. To increase employee happiness and productiveness, companies are transforming their office kitchens from a sad Keurig in the corner to a well-decorated......

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