5 ways Microsoft boosts engagement and internal culture

Know your values. Create a communications cadence. Unite through internally viral video. Here’s a sneak preview of a Microsoft session from Ragan’s big Disney World conference.

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Just about every organization these days is embracing the need to boost employee engagement and internal culture.

What’s often needed, though, is a top-to-bottom strategy for making that happen. After all, the benefits are increasingly clear.

“Organizations are recognizing the value of driving employee engagement and what impact that has, not just on the overall happiness and retention of employees, but also the productivity,” says Kasia Krzoska, senior product manager at Microsoft. “It does have a profound impact on an organization’s bottom line.”

Krzoska will explore the topic in her session, “Following the leader: How Microsoft connects with employees to boost engagement and culture,” at Ragan’s Social Media Conference for PR, Marketing and Communications Professionals March 11–13 at Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Resort.

Here are a few tips she offers:

1. Know—and have leaders communicate—your values.

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