This is episode #6 of Heads Up!, a weekly podcast summarizing research, writing and retweets that I think communicators should pay attention to. And if you’re already subscribed to ICology, you don’t need to change a thing.
Here are the stories shared this week:
- Managing organizational hierarchies in a world of networks (HR Bartender)
- Investigating the role of the trusted adviser (Caroline Roodhouse)
- 3 reasons pulse surveys don’t work (Amy Walzer)
- Is social media addiction a generational thing? (New York Times)
- Building an IC function from scratch (Headlines)
- 6 ways to get the most out of team meetings (Aniisu Verghese)
Two upcoming webinars
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