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Graham White
   

Great Leaders Are Always Great Communicators

As social media and politics comes of age together in this exciting period of political affairs, the fastidiousness of communication is more important than ever, in our era of hair trigger commentators where a false or misunderstood word can create as much disaster as a hurricane we are all fixated on watching live and from every angle the actions, words and mannerisms of all those seeking to convince us they are best placed to lead us. With a camera or recording device in every pocket the inevitable gaffs are captured, reported and replayed over and over again. What I find most alarming in these situations is the suggestion that certain individuals seeking to hold the position of leadership are claiming that their communication skills may be there “allowable weakness” whilst retaining many other alternative attributes of leadership.

Article by 26 September 2019

Kamy Anderson
   

5 Proven Social Media Engagement Strategies for 2019

The number of followers on one’s social media account is not a huge thing. But if many of those followers are engaged, it is a big deal. But to achieve this, you will have to build a relationship with followers and nurture it to become something you can leverage to achieve business goals. While it sounds like a straightforward activity it is quite the opposite. But we won't leave you to strategize on your own. Instead, we are going to give you some practical advice, ranging from how to use quiz creator software to using social media tools. We give you 5 proven social media engagement strategies for 2019.

Article by 7 May 2019

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The pros and cons of blogs

I'm delighted to see theHRDIRECTOR launch theHRBLOG, and equally delighted to be a guest blogger. In this launch month, it seems appropriate to look at the topic of blogs and how they can help HR and I want to start by looking at the pros and cons of blogs:

Article by 13 January 2014