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In January and February’s posts, I shared ideas on how to incorporate strategic storytelling into your overall communication programs. I also provided you with a template to help you get started in identifying your organization’s great stories.
This month, I will share ideas on incorporating storytelling into your internal (employee) communication programs.
Let’s begin by focusing on your organization’s intranet. Use “9 Types of Content Every Intranet Should Have” by Andrew Wright, posted on www.ragan.com, as your checklist to build or improve upon your organization’s intranet.
A highly effective intranet makes it easier for employees to do their jobs, which means increased productivity, collaboration, engagement, and profitability for your organization.
Need some inspiration on why and how to tell great stories? Read “Three Tips to Telling a Persuasive Story” by ePals CEO Katya Andresen, posted on www.linkedin.com.
What features of your organization’s intranet do your employees find relevant and use the most? How does your organization’s intranet incorporate storytelling?
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