Heads up #23 - The engagement dangers behind the wisdom of the crowd
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This episode of Heads Up is supported by StaffConnect. Welcome to episode #23 of Heads Up!, a weekly podcast summarizing research, writing and retweets that I think communicators will find interesting. Here are this week’s stories: Why “Wisdom of the Crowd” Does Not Work for Employee Engagement (Jeppe Hansgaard) From telling the story to changing the script: transformational networking can reignite the role of the communicator (Mike Klein) The Most Common Mistakes Leaders Make When Communicating Change (Paul Petrone) 3 Tips to ensure change is viewed positively by employees (Kim Harvey) Note to internal communicators: We’re drawn to human faces even before birth (Elizabeth Baskin) 7 Tips for More Engaging Writing (Anne Bruner) All original links are also available at learnicology.com/headsup. But I don’t want this to just be what comes across my screen. If you see things you think I should talk about here, share them with me. Could be a new infographic. Or a great case study. Perhaps a webinar. Send a Tweet…