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About Caitlin Percival

Caitlin is a strategy-driven marketing professional with over six years of experience. She is well versed in goal-driven initiatives and her efforts in digital marketing have included numerous successful marketing campaigns, building and executing social media portfolios and creative storytelling. She holds a Digital and Mobile Marketing Certificate from Simon Fraser University as well as a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours Marketing) degree from the University of Guelph. When she's not in the office, you'll find her in the mountains either skiing or hiking.

Best Practices for Difficult Conversations

Summary: We've come up with five best practices to reduce the number, and severity, of difficult conversations you may have to conduct in the office. Spoiler alert: the number one best practice is to eliminate the need for them! We’ve all been there – have an all-encompassing sense of dread towards a conversation you know you have to have. Whether it’s giving an employee a poor performance review, asking for a raise or delivering unflattering results to your client, the anxiety leading up to that conversation can be debilitating. With that in mind, we did the research and found five

5 Ways to Make Employees More Productive and Improve Employee Connection

Summary: Attracting and retaining a strong and productive workforce is the best investment for your organization. Here are 5 tips to improve your employee connection. It's a competitive environment for employers when trying to keep their best resource - employees. So how can you maintain a strong pool of highly productive employees? Simple - keep them happy. Sure you could pay them more, but that's not always feasible or the right tactic. Making sure they're satisfied, appreciated and challenged in the office will make all the difference. We've put together a list of five ways you can improve your employee connection

Give Your Employees The Recognition They Deserve

Summary: Are you building an employee recognition-rich culture? You should be. According to an article in the Harvard Business Review, creating a 'recognition-rich culture' is the simplest way to improve morale, which in turn increases employee retention and productivity. Now that's worth investing in. Employee recognition should not just be based on seniority or years-served. It should happen much more frequently.  It should also reward performance and actions that support company goals and initiatives.  How is this currently being done in your business? Subscribe for Intranet Tips Make Employee Recognition Easy & Frequent Many of our customers