Posts made in August, 2006

  • Marketing to Your Internal Customers for Effective Organizational CommunicationEach year, companies spend millions of dollars on communicating the benefits of their products to an end user…but what about when they communicate to their internal customers—their employees? It is crucial to communicate effectively internally as well as externally. If you get the message across well to […]

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  • The WSJ recently had an article about how all the little things you do as a job candidate – from the minute you pull up to the building – leave a lasting impression. It gives funny examples of how everything gets noticed by prospective employers, from what you read in the lobby to how clean […]

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  • Some people “get” competencies and behaviors right away and love them. If you’re charged with implementing competencies in an organization full of these people, lucky you. Your job is easy. In most organizations, however, there’s a contingent of people who don’t “get” – or don’t want to get – the whole idea of using competencies. […]

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