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It has become clear that the ongoing events surrounding the Coronavirus are as much a crisis of information as they are a crisis of health. Accurate information without panic-provoking sensationalism is now a key factor in ensuring our health but importantly the health of those around us. The current epidemic has created a need for accurate and up to date information that Seenspire is in a unique position to fill.

“This is a time for facts, not fear.

This is a time for rationality, not rumours.

This is a time for solidarity, not stigma.”

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus -Director WHO-

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A job is no longer just a job; for our best work, it has to be more. A job has to give us meaning and be carried out in a place that empowers our every step — that propels us to achieve. But workplace culture wasn’t always as it is today. The 90s movie Office Space helps us understand something of times gone by: bloated computer screens in cubicles attended by gray-eyed workers, aesthetically strict furniture, and stark-white walls and lighting. Thankfully, the workplace has come a long way: from a place of drabness and rehearsed conformity to one of…


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The second you set foot in the Seenspire office in Antwerp, there’s one thing that will immediately draw your attention. Right in the entrance is a full-wall colour photograph of a crowd completely entranced and engaged in a jazz concert.

It’s a famous picture. But the story of how it came to be on our wall is also the story behind our popular Vintage Hollywood feed — and it’s one to share.

Originally in black and white, the photograph is of Jazz legend Big Jay McNeely connecting with his audience in 1953. McNeely played until last year, well over the…


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Corporations have a responsibility to deliver meaningful content. In an age of misinformation, the importance of clear, accurate, and meaningful content has never been more evident. With this extra power, invariably, comes more responsibility. In a subversion of the last two decades, what is out there is perceived as less trustworthy than what is said locally: the workplace has become a place of community in which we’re more likely to trust the word of a neighbour.

Trust And Changes To The Corporate-Employee Relationship


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With more companies making the transition to purpose-driven organizations, eyes have turned to internal communications professionals to communicate that purpose. As professional communicators, we now have countless channels at our disposal, each one espousing its unique value and ability to achieve the overall objectives of the people they serve.

But even with more places to communicate, we’re still figuring out which are the best. Trillions are spent every year by companies in pursuit of conveying more powerful, impactful messages: the type of messages that create identities, amplify engagement and convert employees into brand advocates.

With that said, it’s worth taking…


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You go by many names: internal communication manager, people’s experience manager, chief diversity officer, or even chief heart officer. But whatever your mantel, your mission is one of nurturing: to foster a positive and empowering company culture through the promotion of open communication, understanding, and shared values, to create the best work experience possible for each employee.

The digital world is one of boundless opportunity and undeniable angst. A feeling of place and purpose is essential to living happy, healthy, and productive lives; knowing why we work — and loving the reason — dictates how well we work and what…


If what we say is as important as how we say it, then the reverse is similarly true: the medium we use to communicate a message is crucial to its impact.

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Even the most powerful message falls flat if delivered out of context, to a few readers, through an ineffective medium. Organisations are learning to communicate differently — to speak a more relatable language and distribute content that addresses their employees’ and customers’ needs — but have been often uncertain about the most effective methods and solutions to evolve their internal communication. Meanwhile, employee engagement is more important than ever

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