By Sarah Walsh
It’s that time again! We’re sharing with you the best of the best practices that we’ve found around the Internet recently. Get up to speed on some of these newest trends to make sure you are continuously improving.
3 Training and Onboarding Best Practices from Bloomfire
The process of onboarding can always be improved—these best practices are worth trying out the next time you have employees to onboard.
Nine best practices in healthcare IT governance from Modern Medicine Network
The latest and greatest tips on ensuring your healthcare operation’s “leadership, organizational structures and processes to ensure that the organization’s IT sustains and extends the organization’s strategies and objectives” are up-to-date.
Internal Communications Best Practices [INFOGRAPHIC] from KAI Partners, Inc.
A shameless plug, sure, but these basic, yet necessary communications tools are good reminders the next time you communicate with a supervisor, colleague, or employee (so, within the next 5 minutes?)
Best Practices for Securing Your Organizations from Internal Data Breaches from WinMagic
Protecting your business against data breaches is a must. Start with these quick tips and then remember, KAI Partners can help you build an information security plan. Just contact us at email@example.com.
15 Ways to Stay Productive Over the Summer from Grammarly
As summer nears its end (say it isn’t so!) these best practices can help you stay on track to make sure you continue to be productive these last weeks of summer.
What are some of your best favorite practices? Share them with us in the comments!
About the Author: Sarah Walsh has nearly a decade of communications experience, including public sector roles in the California State Senate and State Assembly, as well as private sector roles for a sovereign Native American tribe and a global pharmaceutical company. In addition to communications work, Sarah and her husband are team captains and fundraisers for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s annual Walk MS event. When she’s not writing, editing, or soliciting her friends and family for MS Walk donations, she loves performing improv, hanging out with her husband and 5-year-old daughter, and cooking. Follow Sarah on Twitter @sarahsykeswalsh.