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5 Tips for managing a hybrid PR team

10 Jul, 2022 Employee, manager feedback, PR management, WFH, hybrid work

Managing or supervising a hybrid PR team can be challenging for communication and coordination. It is difficult to productively engage team members when they are based in different locations and are expected to work together in various ways. They need to jointly meet deadlines, strategize for upcoming projects, contribute to brain storming sessions, and to be simultaneously available for meetings, among other things. This article outlines 5 tips for managing a hybrid PR team successfully.

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Leaders who build strong career relationships earn more trust and achieve better results

05 Dec, 2021 Employee engagement, experience, satisfaction, Employee, manager feedback, Virtual, remote meetings, Workplace relationships

Even in this digital age, the most important deciding factor in your leadership aspirations is to remember that leaders who build strong career relationships earn more trust and achieve better results with all their stakeholders. This applies to communication leaders as well.

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Vital to preserve positive relationships when working remotely

11 Feb, 2021 Employee engagement, experience, satisfaction, Employee, manager feedback, Virtual, remote meetings, Workplace relationships

Maintaining friendships at work boosts happiness and productivity. Cultivating these close relationships is even more important now as COVID-19 has led to workplace burnout in every country, and much remote work. The research is extremely clear: We get our sense of purpose and our intrinsic sense of motivation through relationships. Read in this article how it is vital to preserve positive relationships when working remotely.

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A useful ratio for giving praise

01 Jun, 2020 Employee coaching, performance development, Employee engagement, experience, satisfaction, Employee recognition, Employee, manager feedback, Leadership role, Research findings, Workplace relationships

Positive psychology experts are finding that the frequency of small, positive acts is crucial in business and personal relationships. Psychologist John Gottman, author of several books on relationships, pioneered research on marriage, which suggested there is a ‘magic ratio’ of 5 to 1 in the effectiveness of positive and negative interactions. Prof. Gottman (photo at right) found that marriages are more likely to succeed when the couple’s interactions are near a 5 to 1 ...

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