All posts tagged Articulous Communication

Project E

Here at Articulous we have been working on a very exciting start up project which promises to be a game-changer in the world of engagement and evaluation.

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Could a conversation with a computer change how we engage?

Conversational User Interfaces (CUIs), more commonly known as voice recognition tools or chatbots, have big implications for engagement professionals, and we should be excited – very excited. The question on my lips is not whether the rise of conversational interfaces can help us to engage, but how we can best use them to engage in meaningful ways.

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Can Business Executives catch the Digital Wave at 50-something?

Social media is just another communication channel. With its own pros and cons, different measurements, different tone of voice and a whole new way of connecting. Catching the digital wave is possible even if you’re a 50-something or 60-something executive.

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Community Engagement Definition of the Month: Engagedy

Some community engagement programs are easy to predict. They're relatively routine. But others suddenly turn from routine to tragedy.

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Corporate Networking and the Curse of Small Talk Syndrome

You're at a networking breakfast at a table full of strangers. It's early. The coffee hasn't arrived yet. And you worked late last night. Somehow you've got to make small talk.

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Eight Signs You Need to Declutter Your Business’ Communication Processes

Just as our personal lives need decluttering, so too do our businesses. And it's not just decluttering our desks. Increasingly our internal and external communications are being bogged down in unnecessary systems and processes. Processes that are outdated but we that cling to out of misguided loyalty or organisational hoarding.

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Community Engagement Definition of the Month: Entourengage

If your engagement entourage outnumbers the public at an event, you have officially sent an entourengage. We've all seen it. There's 12 of us - engagement specialists, a welcome team, back up comms people, plus specialists from every technical team - and no one comes.

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Managing Reputations In the Face of a Crisis

Reputation management doesn't happen in a moment. It's a three-stage process: 1. Building and maintaining reputations 2. Protecting reputations 3. Rebuilding reputations Some are lucky and spend most of their time building and maintaining reputations. Others get stuck, toggling between protecting and rebuilding. And others never get out of crisis control, constantly defending their organisation and never getting the chance to be proactive. Articulous has developed the RPCM Model for reputation management.

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