Published on 23/08/16 in Future of Work
Let’s get rid of the word “customer”.
Published on 18/08/16 in Employee Engagement
No, seriously, hear us out. We’ve banned the word in our offices. The people we work with are always exactly that – people we work with. Customers are people you sell to, clients are partners.
When working with B2B, the client angle allows you to improve your product, the customer …Read more
Many of us have heard about employee advocacy and its value. If you haven’t, here’s one line on why it’s so important: companies with formal employee advocacy programmes experience faster growth than those without one, with increased visibility, brand recognition and inbound web traffic listed as the top three benefits.
Published on 11/08/16 in Future of Work
Employees who rave about their employers …Read more
Product presentations are a core part of B2B tech sales and marketing. Any tech company with their sights on enterprise clients knows that getting your product in front of your prospects is crucial, whether it’s at events, conferences or demos.
Published on 1/08/16 in Inside Wisembly
But getting in front of your audience is only one part of the story. There’s more to successful product …Read more
No need to do the Tour de France to discover what has been happening in July on Wisembly, you have it just here !
Work in progress : new statistics page is coming soon !
Here is our prototype for the statistics page
Published on 26/07/16 in Inside Wisembly
This summer, our humble yet awesome developers work on a rework of …Read more
First off, we’re not going to take up too much of your precious time by talking about how important company culture is. You know it, we know it, everyone knows it. The important point is that employees who embrace the culture of their company are often happier, less stressed and more productive.
Published on 25/07/16 in Productivity Tips
With job turnover at organisations with a …Read more
Holiday, by definition, is time off. So, whatever you’re up to this season, leave the stress at home and the office behind.
Published on 14/07/16 in Future of Work
Except, switching off from the office grind isn’t easy. Many of us find the prospect of taking our annual leave a stress in itself. Will the team cope without you? How’s your inbox going to look when …Read more
It’s no secret that the construction industry has a lot to gain from digitisation. We’re talking better projects, happier employees and a lot more revenue. Previously we wrote about how digital transformation in the construction sector isn’t just about BIM. This time we’re chatting to Neil Thompson, someone who’s spearheading digitisation in the …Read more
Published on 13/07/16 in Future of Work , Employee Engagement
Sometimes you’ll have a meeting so awful the best part will be walking out the door at the end. We know, we’ve had them. In fact, everyone has. On average, each office worker in the UK loses three working weeks a year to unproductive meetings. That costs businesses £1,400 per employee each year …Read more
Published on 30/06/16 in Future of Work
Last week was the week of the year if you’re a tech savvy. The London Technology week gathered thousands of people during hundreds of events. It was all about Tech and what’s coming up – data, IoT, collaboration, cloud, fintech, etc.
Published on 30/06/16 in Productivity Tips
We’ve partnered with techUK to lead that change and make Tech event consistent with our digital …Read more
Being a good panel moderator is like being a good director, you can’t let one actor steal the show.
Moderating panels is just plain difficult. We’ve all witnessed the classic moderator mistakes: hogging the mic, not giving all the panelists equal time to speak and ignoring the audience.
But we sympathise with moderators! Moderating a panel is a real …Read more