Register here for the 7th Annual Strategic Internal Communications—West conference, Jan. 28-30, 2020 in San Francisco to attend this employee communications session. Are your employee communications not getting read? One cause may be information overload—employees feel they are overwhelmed with messages in email, social media, intranet, and more. To cut through the noise, try using a more journalistic approach to
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
Register for the Internal Communications: Social, Video, Mobile, Intranets + More conference, Nov. 19-21, 2019 in Chicago Have a message to spread to your employees, but not sure how? Struggling to revamp your employee engagement? Check out how Nationwide reaches its audience! Learn about how the company communicates with its employees across the country using a unique live broadcast
Over 20 of the best health care internal communicators gathered in Boston to discuss and present their successes with improving employee engagement through their internal communications strategies. The morning of Sept. 18th, 2019 opened with the conference facilitator, CEO and Co-Founder of Local Wisdom, Pinaki Kathiari’s own inspiring experience as a health care administrator. The attendees then went around the
Ed Kamrin is the Communications Manager for Corporate Citizenship at McKesson Corporation and is one of the speakers for the 2nd Annual Aligning HR & Internal Communications —West conference. Kamrin will be speaking on how McKesson aligned their HR and communications strategies to build a corporate responsibility program that connects employees to the business’ mission. He sat down with us
A few weeks ago, I traveled to Boston for what is truly one of my favorite events of the year – ALI’s Strategic Internal Communications Conference. I’ve joked that it’s sort of like summer camp for internal communicators, but it’s not far from the truth! It’s an opportunity to reunite with colleagues, friends and partners for three days of workshops, presentations, networking,
As communicators we can also support the HR department in phrasing their professional jargon into simple sentences. Keep asking ”why” so many times that you will help the whole organization understand what they should know and what they should do differently in the future. You can ask any professional to explain their complex facts as if they were talking to their mother or their 10-year-old child.
Strong culture leads to great employee engagement. It’s well documented that companies with better employee engagement enjoy oh-so-many dividends, including better productivity, innovation, customer experience, employee retention, profitability, safety and work quality.
For a young, or rapidly growing company, the need to articulate their Mission, Vision and Values is even more urgent. Taking a beat to think about your culture and values may seem like a luxury, but the most successful companies know that there are some very real reasons why this matters to their business.
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