So, what are they, you ask? Not so fast, benefits pros. You gotta work (a little) for this one.

Recently, we told you how communicating with employees is like being a chiropractor, and even gave you four first-rate communicators to emulate when we announced EBN’s annual i-COMM honorees.

Now, you can return the favor. We’d like to hear your best practices for communicating — and they don’t even have to be long! Tweet your best benefits communication pearls to EBN Associate Editor Lisa Gillespie (@EBN_LVGillespie). Her favorite will win a copy of “You Can’t Not Communicate 2: More Proven Solutions that Power the Fortune 100,” by David Grossman.

Among the great info in the book is the list of the 7 deadly sins of leadership when it comes to business communication.

Now, EBN gets a lot (seriously, A LOT) of books sent to our offices. Some of them are not that great. And some, we think are fantastic. This one is one of the fantastics, so it’s definitely worth your time and tweeting.

Good luck to all who participate, and feel free to share other benefits communication best practices in the comments.

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