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How Thought Leaders Can Thoughtfully Lead Collaborative Company Cultures

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I’m honored to be on IC Kollectif’s “Top IC Thought Leaders” list. But with great honor comes great responsibility.

As communication thought leaders, we need to lead the charge to build collaborative company cultures that promote respect, trust and care.

Internal Communication (IC) is the foundation of a collaborative company culture. Once you build a flourishing employee culture, then your employees will carry forward that care to your customers and clients.

Here’s some inspiration and direction for your quest to build successful, sustainable, collaborative company cultures:

I’d like to thank and recognize these communication experts (also on the “Top IC Thought Leaders” list) for supporting my quest for collaboration and continuous learning:

How are you helping to build a collaborative company culture? Send your stories to peggy@starrybluebrilliance.com to share in the ongoing Collaboration@Work series. 🙂

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Author: plbieniekabc

I'm dedicated to growing your business legacy through strategic planning, collaborative brand building, and multi-media content creation and marketing. I'm an Accredited Business Communicator with 20 years of experience in creating best practice communication programs for corporate environments. My diverse industry expertise includes real estate, relocation, financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, automotive, IT, casino, and tourism/travel/hospitality. Contact me to create masterpiece communications for lasting impressions.

2 thoughts on “How Thought Leaders Can Thoughtfully Lead Collaborative Company Cultures

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