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Employee Activism: New Guide from Changing The Terms

There’s a lot of talk about employee activism these days. Are you vulnerable? This summer, I prepared a “Guide to Employee Activism” which looks at potential causes of internal unrest – particularly inconsistencies between stated values and principles and the actual values, principles and practices that guide an organization’s operational and commercial behavior. The guide… Continue reading Employee Activism: New Guide from Changing The Terms

BY Mike Klein

There’s a lot of talk about employee activism these days. Are you vulnerable?

This summer, I prepared a "Guide to Employee Activism" which looks at potential causes of internal unrest - particularly inconsistencies between stated values and principles and the actual values, principles and practices that guide an organization's operational and commercial behavior.

The guide also addresses potential crises and minefields that can arise when organizations choose to engage in corporate activism - especially when their own house isn't in order.

To find out whether you are vulnerable – and learn more about what you can do about it, order your FREE copy at https://changingtheterms.com/internal-communication-guides/ .

Mike Klein

Internal communications pro with a bent towards increasing impact while reducing noise and friction. Former US political consultant, London Business School MBA. Tribal loyalties include IABC, EACD, Tottenham Hotspur FC and the Wisconsin Badgers.

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