Government

On June 4, 2020, ALI Conferences hosted the virtual Government Employee Engagement & Internal Communications conference where government & non-profit peers attended across the country logged on and learned how creating engaging content can improve their internal communications. Speakers from the National Transportation Safety Board, Green Room Speakers, Skill Scout, GSA TTS, and the Missouri DCI presented their success stories

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Over the past two months, ALI Conferences hosted two trainings dedicated to improving both internal and external government communications within various agencies. 5th Annual Government Employee Engagement & Internal Communications Strategies Training Hosted September 17th through September 19th, 2019 in Washington, D.C., government communicators gathered to hear from their peers at organizations including, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Argonne

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Welcome to the fishbowl! Life as government communicators involves a higher responsibility to transparency and honesty than working in the private sector. We work for the public. And the public, including the media, has the absolute right to scrutinize our work. It’s a right they exercise frequently. Recognizing that truth is sacred; that providing public information is an essential civil

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Government communications is often a thankless profession in today’s world of government’s mistrust of media and media’s mistrust of government. Standing in front of an agency to communicate a message in an informative and transparent way can feel like you have a target on your chest. Who’s aiming to “getcha” next? But if you are a member of the National

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Joining us at the 5th Annual Government Employee Engagement & Internal Communications Strategies training are over 10 professional internal communicators who will be leading interactive workshops and engaging sessions over the 3-day event.  A few of them sat down with us to answer some questions on why they are passionate about internal communications and what you can expect to learn

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Written by Jason Anthoine, Audacity. I recently had the opportunity to attend an Advanced Learning Institute conference in Nashville. There were about fifty internal comms folks in attendance, excited to share and learn best practices for both measuring and improving their work. Here are the top internal communications trends that came up during the conference, the challenges many of us

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Written by Maddie Ecker, AgencyChief.com. Social media trends are, in a word, ephemeral. Just when you think you’ve finally locked down how to properly use Snapchat filters, the platform changes. Despite the ever-evolving landscape of social media, we took a look at the top five trends that will undoubtedly dominate the back half of 2018. 1. Video Content is King 

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Written by John Boyle, ICF.com. When it comes to finding a survey research partner, make sure you ask these questions. The survey research field is evolving and expanding at a rapid rate. On the one hand, emerging technologies and methods promise faster and more cost-efficient methods to gather that information; on the other, however, there’s still much we need to

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Written on ICF.com. Results show that federal agencies face an uphill battle—but not an impossible one. What does digital transformation mean for government agencies? And how can they achieve it in the context of the unique challenges they face? This kind of sea change is no longer a luxury, but a critical component for increasing efficiencies, reducing costs, and achieving

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Written by Ally Sherman, Chief. Facebook has been in the news for some problematic issues. Recent scandals around “fake news” and the misuse of data have many wondering about the platform’s credibility and asking what impact this has on, well, everyone. Despite this, Facebook remains one of the biggest players in the social media game with nearly 2 billion usersand

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