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Originally posted January 15, 2020 on SnapComms.com Here’s a new year’s challenge for you. Take your internal communications plan for the year and shake it up a little. You don’t want to just send company messages in the same old ways. And neither do your employees. Imagine giving staff an immersive experience, meaningful so that it matters to them, with

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Updated: March 30, 2020 We’ve seen a lot of articles lately about the symptoms and reactions to the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, but what about your employees? As the weeks go on, we are hearing from more organizations that they are restricting travel and extending work from home days. To help you frame and implement your own organization’s procedures, we’ve collected

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Register here for ALI’s Strategic Internal Communications for a Diverse & Remote Workforce Conference Data is important for any business function; we all know that. Data helps us visualize, tell a story, and make important decisions. What’s more important than obtaining data, is applying it appropriately to reach communications objectives. For internal communicators, this can be a challenge. After all,

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Originally posted August 02, 2019 on SnapComms.com Join SnapComms at the 4th Annual Digital Workplace Summit, March. 31 – April 2 in Las Vegas If employee engagement is critical to organizational success, why are so many workplaces struggling to achieve it? A third of employees globally aren’t engaged, and across the world many workplaces are seeing employee engagement flatline. That’s a worry

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McKenzie McArthur, a Communications Specialist, is a speaker at the 4th Annual Digital Workplace Summit, March 31st through April 2nd, 2020 in Las Vegas. McArthur will be speaking on internal communications solutions and as a teaser to her session, here she is with Five Reasons Digital Signage Might be Right for Your Internal Communications Solutions. 1. You send too many

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Originally posted November 02, 2019 on SnapComms.com Join SnapComms at the 4th Annual Digital Workplace Summit, March. 31 – April 2 in Las Vegas Imagine arriving at work to find robots sitting at every desk, tapping away at keyboards. Sounds like the plot of a movie. In fact, it is. It’s the world in I, Robot. Fortunately, workplaces today don’t have

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When it comes to business, a one-size-fits-all approach to employee wellness does not address all of the needs of a varied workforce. Today, organizations are employing employees from all walks of life and need to celebrate and appreciate the diversity of their employees. Working to effectively communicate with them and encourage workplace wellness will drive productivity, culture, and community within

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This article first appeared on BrilliantInk.com, Feb. 5, 2020 What happens when you ask three internal communicators their thoughts on 2020 industry trends and best practices? You get nothing short of brilliance! Last week I had the pleasure of moderating a panel at ALI’s Strategic Internal Communications Conference in San Francisco. My panelists were Jessica Brubaker (Director, Initiative Communications & Channel Strategy at McDonald’s), Laney

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Guest post by: Chip Midnight, Producer, Studio Manager at Nationwide I’m often asked, “How do you get leaders to agree to do a live broadcast?” to which I respond with a question of my own: “How can you afford not to?” In our current corporate culture, employees have more trust in leaders who are open, honest and transparent and deliver

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Register here for ALI’s Storytelling for Internal Communications conference, March 17-19 in Washington D.C For employees to feel passionate about their work, they need to feel that they are part of a greater community rather than just a company. Ensuring that your employees feel like they are part of a greater mission will help their enthusiasm to go beyond their

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