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This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center Dr. Linjuan Rita Men, Dr. Yufan Sunny Qin, Renee Mitson, and Dr. Patrick Thelen studied how organizational diversity communication efforts and employees’ cultural intelligence contributed to an inclusive organizational climate and enhanced employee engagement. Furthermore, they examined the relationship between employees’ racial minority status and … Continue reading Does Diversity Communication and Cultural Intelligence Matter?

This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center  Dr. Moonhee Cho, Dr. Sifan Xu, and Dr. Brandon Boatwright researched the factors associated with CEO advocacy and how these factors influence the sense of belonging amongst employees. CEO advocacy occurs when an organization’s top executive embraces or participates in political and social issues. An … Continue reading How CEO Sociopolitical Advocacy Impacts Employees

This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center. Summary Scholars have recognized the power of the identity perspective in helping understand employees’ loyalty, motivations, and behaviors. Although organizational identification has received much attention in employee-related investigations, a newer concept, identity fusion, has also recently been examined in organizational contexts. Researchers have proposed the … Continue reading Symmetrical Internal Communication Improves Employee Engagement

After the entire world shifted to virtual events in response to COVID-19, it’s no surprise that virtual is now here to stay. Virtual events have the advantage of reaching a far larger and more diverse audience than their in-person counterparts, making events accessible to attendees who might not have the time or budget to commit … Continue reading Balancing In-Person and Virtual Attendee Engagement

This blog is based on the original study in the Public Relations Journal. The concept of employee engagement is crucial to internal communication practitioners as we enter the third year of the COVID-19 global pandemic. Nearly one-third of surveyed employees across Asia experienced economic hardship and reported daily experiences of worry, sadness, and anger in … Continue reading Conceptualizing Employee Engagement in China: “It’s A State of Fit”