Want to prove you're a master of employee communications?


Ragan’s 2015 Employee Communications Awards program seeks the best and brightest in this growing field of internal messaging.

By Ragan Staff | Posted: December 11, 2015

How did you appeal to a new generation in your workforce?

What did your organization do in 2015 that made the most of social media to connect with your employees, explained benefits more clearly and simply, used your company intranet in an exemplary way to engage with employees and much more?

We want to know. We want to recognize you and share your success with the world.

We’re accepting applications for Ragan’s 2015 Employee Communications Awards. Enter today to demonstrate your prowess in employee communications. It’s time to get recognition for your 2015 work!

We seek submissions in over 30 categories that include the most important topics in employee engagement and communications.

There is a category for you—whether you are a pro at executive communication or you created an engaging annual report, a great rebranding campaign or a humorous video that united people for a serious cause.

Read all about this year’s program, check out all the categories, and enter here.

Want to see what it took to become a winner last year? Check out our 2014 Employee Communications Award winners.

What are you waiting for? Enter today.

Final extended deadline is Dec. 18.

Any submissions received after the final deadline will be charged a $ 100 late fee.(Image via)

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Persuasion Master Rory Sutherland’s Reading List


Sutherland Reading List
From being described as the worst graduate trainee that Ogilvy & Mather had every hired, Rory Sutherland took a while to find his calling in life. From unlikely beginnings as a classics teacher to his current job as Vice Chairman of Ogilvy Group, his rise through the ranks is unconventional.

Educated at Cambridge, he went on to become the Executive Creative Director and Vice-Chairman of OgilvyOne. Today, he is one of marketing’s most original thinkers and influential speakers. Sutherland is a champion of behavioral economics and an early adopter of new technologies.

Rory Sutherland: The Wiki Man is a collection of his writings, including blog posts, tweets, interviews, and more. The paper edition of the book contains visuals but my not be available in the U.S.

Here’s a list of what the mater of persuasion recommends reading:

Rory Sutherland brings much of the information and insights he gleaned from his readings into his talks. Below is a more recent one on the lost genius of irrationality, where he discusses the limitations of straight economics in describing and anticipating individual and group behavioral choices.

 “We make a mistake by not looking at the world as a network nearly enough.”

Conversation Agent – Valeria Maltoni