Published on 10/02/17 in Employee Engagement

Making the Most Out of Your Written Chat

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As new means of communicating with employees are constantly evolving and multiplying, conducting written chats emerges as a clear “low involvement, high reward” method. It’s both very impactful for employees who can freely express themselves, sometimes even in a fully anonymised setting, and rather easy to conduct for managers when it comes to having the right tech and helps …Read more

Published on 11/01/17 in Productivity Tips

Wisembly Tips: Books for Managers in 2017

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2017 is here, and with it the chance of a fresh start and opportunity to grow. As they say: new year, new you. We’ve rounded up our essential reading list on a range of topics from leadership to communication to help you develop and grow as a manager. …Read more

Published on 12/12/16 in Inside Wisembly

Wisembly: November 2016 Updates

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Essentials:

You can allow your participants to comment the messages sent by others in the stream (setting available in Settings Messages). Read the related article.
Video tutorials are available to help you discover and understand the main features to prepare your Wiz (available from the Help and Support section)

Good to know:
From your Launchpad (in the Run section), …Read more

Published on 8/12/16 in Future of Work

Cognitive bias series #3: Avoiding trivial product decisions

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What’s easier to discuss: the pros and cons of using an atomic reactor, or choosing the colour of a bikeshed? This is the example used by writer C Northcote Parkinson when explaining his Law of Triviality, which is the tendency for us humans to spend more time discussing easy, or trivial, matters over more important ones. In Parkinson’s anecdote, …Read more

Published on 1/12/16 in Employee Engagement

Going beyond CVs when growing your team

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When hiring new employees, the list of qualities needed in a candidate usually goes something like this: proactive, ambitious, a team player, self-managing, driven and displays leadership skills. Yet even when candidates seem to demonstrate these qualities, they may not be right for your team. So how do you find the perfect fit?
Traditional recruitment processes have long used …Read more