Priorities for the new year, building a positive company culture, and Red e App joins Endeavor

Positive company culture

Every month the Red e App team curates a list of tips and articles about internal comms and mobile tech for our monthly newsletter. Here is a rundown of the content included in the December 2015 version. Enter your email to your right to get content like this from us every month. 

Planning for 2016: Top priorities and building a positive company culture

Operating without a communications plan is like driving to an unknown destination without a map. Huffington Post has laid out what your top priorities should be when forming your comms plan for 2016.

Email is not likely to disappear anytime soon for external communication, but a number of solutions are making it an obsolete technology for internal communication. Read more from Talent Culture on Corporate Culture and the Future of Inter-Office Communications.

There are simple things you can do to build a positive company culture starting today, and some of the ways are even free… 5 real ways to show appreciation for your employees.

Articles: Some of the best things we read this month

The Most Valuable Skill that Nobody Teaches – Spoiler: It’s listening. Read how to be deliberate about improving your listening skills.

Over the last couple of weeks we have been breaking down the Profile of the Hourly Worker eBook into digestible snippets. Here are some recent installments you might find useful:

And last but not least, Red e App news:

Red e App has been chosen to be part of Endeavor, a global organization focused on emerging market entrepreneurs and organizations that with proper access and network can scale (or “go big” as they put it) and give back to the Endeavor Eco-system. Red e App’s selection is a huge honor.

Red e App CEO, Jonathan Erwin, provides his perspective on joining Endeavor.

Endeavor press release and announcement.

Considering partnering with Red e App? We want you to know that we are more than a vendor. We will work with you hand in hand to ensure Red e App’s success and help you transition into the age of social, mobile, and on-demand-everything.

Read more about partnering with Red e App, and 6 questions you should ask potential technology vendors.

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